The theme of our next challenge is ‘Shapes and Geometry in The Street’
Deadline: October 31, 2016
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place” Elliot Erwitt
Shapes and Geometry are popular themes in any genre of photography, and street photography is no different. There are so many wonderful ways to incorporate both elements into your street shots. From the passing of a square or rectangular window, a circular cutout on a construction site wall, large triangular marble slabs on the side of a building there are numerous architectural details of multitude shapes, the repeated pattern of a floor or walkway, and even to lights and shadows that form dramatic shapes and geometry. Shapes and geometry are all around us in our environment and create balance and structure as well as add interesting graphic detail to the composition of a photograph. Sometimes, even how we frame a photo creates a geometric pattern or shape. The options are literally endless!
We are excited to view your submissions each month and look forward to curating your photographs for this next ‘Shapes and Geometry’ showcase.
A recap of our rules and procedure for entry:
For the challenge please post only FOUR photos to our Flickr challenge site and in your title description include ‘StreetWise Shapes and Geometry’.
Please post photos for our monthly showcase here:
We look forward to your photos.
Image ©Ilana Buch-Akoundi
Image ©Lee Atwell
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