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Les photos Instagram parfaitement symétriques qui raviront les toqués

ASS2: Rhythm: a) The use of lines and the repetition of the beams make my eyes continuously follow down the centre towards the end of the beams. I think the use of rhythm is used successfully in the image because of the you view the image as well as the proper use of principles and elements. photographer: Raed Yahya Al-Banna

ASS2: Rhythm: a) The use of lines and the repetition of the beams make my eyes continuously follow down the centre towards the end of the beams. I think the use of rhythm is used successfully in the image because of the you view the image as well as the proper use of principles and elements. photographer: Raed Yahya Al-Banna

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The reflection and shape of the bridge is incredible, and the way it frames the tree line is really cool - photographer unknown

The reflection and shape of the bridge is incredible, and the way it frames the tree line is really cool - photographer unknown

I think this image stands out due to the effect of the rectangles getting smaller as you look further through the image, looking at the person like figure at the bottom rectangle, as though they're looking up through the rectangles where the photographer has taken a photo. What also adds to this photo is the fact its been taken / edited in black and white, as I feel that if it were in colour it wouldn't be as moody.

I think this image stands out due to the effect of the rectangles getting smaller as you look further through the image, looking at the person like figure at the bottom rectangle, as though they're looking up through the rectangles where the photographer has taken a photo. What also adds to this photo is the fact its been taken / edited in black and white, as I feel that if it were in colour it wouldn't be as moody.

i love this image! i think for me to recreate this i could project onto a surface and reflect it in different shaped mirrors. I'm not sure it would quite have the same effect but this would look amazing. spoon by Manfred on Fotoblur | Abstract Photography

i love this image! i think for me to recreate this i could project onto a surface and reflect it in different shaped mirrors. I'm not sure it would quite have the same effect but this would look amazing. spoon by Manfred on Fotoblur | Abstract Photography

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