seeing differently: 5th of 15

…The seemingly arbitrary cropping of figures by the picture’s edge, the unexpected shapes created by overlapping forms, the asymmetrical and centrifugal patterning, the juxtaposition of busy and empty masses–these qualities constitute a visual definition of what is meant, in large part, by the phrase ‘photographic seeing’.”

~Looking at Photographs, John Szarkowski

toddlersworld

A Toddler’s World View…a Seeing Differently submission

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2 Replies to “seeing differently: 5th of 15”

  1. Wow, this is so great! It really does change our perspective. So much more about shapes and space with this cropping. Amazing and again awesome words!
    Have missed your #4 so will pop by soon 😃

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