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How to set the tone and tell stories with geometric shapes

Most photographers know of the aesthetically pleasing qualities of certain geometric shapes and patterns. There’s all kinds of “rules” based around them. Triangles are a common compositional tool, as are squares for the “frame within a frame”. Whether we choose to follow those rules or not is down to each individual. But is there more [...] The post How to set the tone and tell stories with geometric shapes appeared first on DIY Photography.
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