Before going further about the "Art of Choosing", let's see how photography is actually a little particular kind of art.
When people sculpt, paint, craft, they usually spend quite some time on a little number of creations, each time building slowly and meticulously a new piece of art. In this regard, photography is quite the opposite. Usually, an active photographer takes hundreds (even thousands) shots every year. But each year, the artist might end up selecting only a few pictures to share and reveal to the world.
I am quite certain that this statement alone might already surprise some of you. Yeah, sure, an amateur photographer takes hun
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In this little article, I would like share with you a little gem that might be waiting unused, alone in the dark, at the the bottom of your photographic toolbox : The Power Of Repetition. It is a strong and powerful concept, but often forgotten. Becoming aware of that might help you building some even more interesting pictures, and also having great fun playing with that !
What is repetition ?
Well, very simple indeed, anything repeating itself in a picture does the job. It can be some "objects" (trees, people, buildings, etc). It could also be some purely abstract elements (points, lines, shapes, colors, textures, etc).
How long have you been on DeviantArt?
Almost 3 years !
What does your username mean?
It is kind of a short version of my name (Wojtek) + my year of birth
Describe yourself in three words.
IT, music & photography
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What was your first deviation?
What is your favourite type of art to create?
Abstract photography, for sure :)
If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be?
Being able to draw / paint
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What type of art do you tend to favourite the most?
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Many, the diversi