Session 0B | Nov 06, 2015
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Session 0B | Nov 06, 2015

Bytes and Beauty


Gaurav
Asymmetry diagnol

ASYMMETRY DIAGONAL

 

SYMmetry closure dark

 

SYMMETRY DARK CLOSURE

 

White Movement closure

CLOSURE MOVEMENT WHITE

rule of third and closure

RULE OF THIRD AND CLOSURE

Alignment edge dramatic

 

ALIGNMENT EDGE DRAMATIC

Discussion

3 responses to “Bytes and Beauty”

  1. Neko says:

    Hi Gaurav, thanks for posting. First I’ll comment you on compositions, and then I’ll comment on one technical aspect:
    ASYMMETRY DIAGONOL: Good image, although you could make even more asymmetrical effect if you moved the diagonal for example to meet the bottom right corner, and leave more space around upper left corner. Always try to get as pronounced effect as you can! :)
    DEPTH BLACK OBJECT: Nice black object, although not sure that we actually had combination of keywords?
    CLOSURE MOVEMENT WHITE: Nice movement, especially with the black triangle at bottom right corner! The closure is not visible though, because you already closed the figure yourself! If you separated those pencils, then closure would work because our eye would complete the figure filling in the missing parts. See my comment to Laura with a quick example I made to change her image to show more closure!

  2. Neko says:

    Now the technical part: Unfortunately these images don’t look good because you squished them (changed image proportions) when resizing to 1024x1024px. If you can’t take square photos from your phone, then you should not Resize Image in Photoshop – you will have to crop it to square too (cut the image so that the proportions become square).
    This video will show you how to do that using Crop Tool:
    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-photoshop-cs6/using-the-new-crop-tool/

  3. Gaurav says:

    Thanks for the feedback Neko. I’ll work on it.

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