bubble popping sequence: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1199149/Super-slow-motion-pictures-soap-bubble-bursting-stunning-detail.html

Super-slow-motion pictures show soap bubble bursting in stunning detail

bubble popping sequence: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1199149/Super-slow-motion-pictures-soap-bubble-bursting-stunning-detail.html

The pillars create lines that draw attention to the person at the far end of the photo.

The Best of Culture in Germany

The pillars create lines that draw attention to the person at the far end of the photo.

An Umbrella. You're not at home any more with access to a car! Unfortunately walks to uni in the rain are inevitable so you may as well be prepared!

An Umbrella. You're not at home any more with access to a car! Unfortunately walks to uni in the rain are inevitable so you may as well be prepared!

Nikos Gyftakis's oil paintings break down the shape of the face into contours, just like a map breaks down the lay of the land into simple lines

Nikos Gyftakis's oil paintings break down the shape of the face into contours, just like a map breaks down the lay of the land into simple lines

Leading lines can be used in a subtler way, to emphasis perspective, for example.

The still life photographers' guide to lighting: 4 techniques, 4 different effects

Such an odd image. I can't tell if its distorted in the glass or if it would simply appear this way with how everything is positioned. I want to draw it, but I can't imagine the doing the multiple layers of value formed by overlapping glasses.

Such an odd image. I can't tell if its distorted in the glass or if it would simply appear this way with how everything is positioned. I want to draw it, but I can't imagine the doing the multiple layers of value formed by overlapping glasses.

1956: Piccadilly Circus London ..♥♥..

31 Gorgeous Photos Of The London Underground In The '50s And '60s

Here is a photo that I feel can teach both photography and studio artists. LEADING LINES. They tell the viewer where to look. This can be effective in any form of art. Try this at least once, please.

Here is a photo that I feel can teach both photography and studio artists. LEADING LINES. They tell the viewer where to look. This can be effective in any form of art. Try this at least once, please.

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