June 05, 2020
Coming from a graphic design background, I have always considered composition to be a very important factor in my photography.
Having a fondness for architectural design I try to breakdown the building aesthetics into it's simplest form to interpret in a more abstract manner.
This approach in how I see things, goes back to my philosophy of 'It's not what you see, but how you see it'. It also challenges the viewer to how they might interpret the image.
Here are some examples of how I push the boundaries of the composition, don't be afraid to look at things differently, don't be afraid to try new things, I guess this is the same for all of life experiences and encounters...