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The death of old Tehran - Loulagar Alley is located between the French embassy and Marvasti hospital. It’s also known as “Symmetric Alley” for having buildings with similar features on both sides - or so they did about a century ago when they were built. Numerous alterations have altered what remains. Photograph: Armin Hage/Flickr
Image 5 - Trying a different angle to show my subject walking down the platform, having her walking along side the yellow line and having that symmetric works really well because the yellow line works as a leading line and draws the viewers down the photo. The light colour palette works quite well in this photograph as well.
There are multiple ways to display black and white photographs, it just depends on the space and whether you prefer a more eclectic and asymmetric display or if you favor a symmetric or streamlined look. -------------- #gallery #wall #bedroom #blackandwhite #pictureframes #diy
Symmetric Top-Down Photographs Inspired by Nintendo Games of the 80s Always curious to know what was hiding behind big buildings or beyond a thick forestMartin Reisch started to photograph landscapes from above with his drone. Thats how he discovered interest in symmetry and a similarity with old designs of Nintendo games where the view was looking down from above. Strangely taking pictures from that point of you could be very much like a game of the 80s. #xemtvhay