09 August, 2014

Repeating Curves

Minimalism as in Repeating Shapes

A Minimalist Photo of curves in repetition formed by light and shadow combination on a Creased white cloth
Photo by © Prakash Ghai
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These are curves in repetition, formed by the crease in a cloth exposed to directional sunlight. 

The photo falls under the Minimalist Photography category: Minimalism as in Repeating Shapes. These curves have been made to trend upwards to add a sense of dynamism to the photo. With the light being so bright, it gets extremely difficult to expose the subject in a correct manner. Therefore, I suggest using exposure bracketing mode in the camera.

I also recommend that one should always shoot in the RAW + JPEG mode. With that you can have full control over the shot. If you get the exposure right in the first place, its fine and you have your JPEG ready with you. JPEG's save you the headache and time taken to edit the photograph. But, in case you messed up with exposure, despite the bracketing or even without it, you still have the RAW file at your disposal, which you can almost fully mend in editing.  

Other Posts that include curves:

The Pink Curve

Twins from the Left

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