Three different Vantage Points of a Floral

April 14, 2016 § Leave a comment

In this series of a floral setting, I chose to frame in different areas.  In the first, I chose to look at a fully bloomed flower and its relationship to its budding elements.

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In the second I explored how the composition played out in a horizontal format highlighting its repetitive qualities and creating a sense of motion.

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In the third, I centered on the relationship the floral elements had to the surrounding space.

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