Periodically, I lay upon my davenport and wonder who made what and why, or how it came to be. I have no speculations as to who crafted the Rule of Thirds, although. I assume whoever did had a good rationalization. It has become one of the principles of art and has been taught to photography and art aficionados alike, along with being used permanently in masterpieces and doodles. It has inspired exalted artists and brought inspiration upon the barren minds of young craftspeople.
Scales are unmistakably instrumental. They allow you to compare and contrast the reaches of two objects and thus engage in the unique endeavors on which you may embark or, henceforth need a scale.
They are, perhaps one of unquestionably greatest inventions of man.
I just adore symmetry. It’s just so impeccable and the lengths some people reach to achieve it bring out the dedication and resoluteness in them. Alas, symmetry is beauty and it brings out beauty. It is the most contiguous corporeality to transcendence we will tangibly descry.
I was challenged to take at least three pictures which have orange as a dominant color, make a bold highlight, or simply shows up, and like all challenges, I accepted. I took these pictures at school and decided to add a red-yellow tint. For all of you art aficionados, that means orange, as you probably know.