A little pic describing different kinds of composition that are worth noting as they leave some sense of how to use an objects placement to create balance in a work.

A little pic describing different kinds of composition that are worth noting as they leave some sense of how to use an objects placement to create balance in a work.

36 Days of Type is a project created by Nina Sans & Rafa Goicoechea that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to give ​their view on our alphabet.

36 Days of Type is a project created by Nina Sans & Rafa Goicoechea that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to give ​their view on our alphabet.

http://UpCycle.Club UpCycle Art & Life #HistoryProject presents ART DECO #101 by mind-bottling Sonia Delauney @upcycleclub

http://UpCycle.Club UpCycle Art & Life #HistoryProject presents ART DECO #101 by mind-bottling Sonia Delauney @upcycleclub

We’re venturing tentatively into the border region between chemistry & physics today, with a look at some of the different types of nuclear radiation. These types vary in their composition, cha...

We’re venturing tentatively into the border region between chemistry & physics today, with a look at some of the different types of nuclear radiation. These types vary in their composition, cha...

Typing texts inside photos. You can directly type your texts or you can use one of the animated title compositions. With this project you can create a depth image, cinematic-looking video in second...

Typing texts inside photos. You can directly type your texts or you can use one of the animated title compositions. With this project you can create a depth image, cinematic-looking video in second...

This photo looks like it was taken on a longer lens.  I think if it was taken with a wider lens, we would lose the compression and this building wouldn't look like a miniature.  The symmetry works well with this type of composition.  The high noon lighting helps bring out the shapes and surfaces in the building, I think with softer light later in the day the photo wouldn't be as striking.

This photo looks like it was taken on a longer lens. I think if it was taken with a wider lens, we would lose the compression and this building wouldn't look like a miniature. The symmetry works well with this type of composition. The high noon lighting helps bring out the shapes and surfaces in the building, I think with softer light later in the day the photo wouldn't be as striking.

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