Monday, December 13, 2010

Eric Kim

After seeing Eric's photography, I have started being more aware of the space and negative shapes made by buildings in the city.  This photograph is an especially strong example of how that negative shape can be used to activate the photograph. The titled camera allows the overhang to keep they diagonal zigzag going rather then grounding it as it would if that heavy black line were horizontal. The sky is handled by some subtle vignetting in the upper right hand corner. This gradation of the sky contains the photograph, allowing the eye to continue in a circular motion around the frame.

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