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21 Clever Uses of Geometric Patterns in Photography

21 Clever Uses of Geometric Patterns in Photography

Mike Panic
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When I started to put this article together I knew two things were going to dominate the subject matter.  Architecture and lighting / shadows.  Properly photographed architecture is an art unto itself, doing so that showcases the unique aspects of a building, or portions of a building really takes your breath away.  Same thing can be said about light and how shadows have a direct impact on it.  Framing these photos it’s hard to say if the photographers goal was to showcase geometric patterns as the primary focal point, but they sure did a great job of it.

koyaanisqatsi patchwork

Photo by alvazer

Atomic Stairs (Escalier atomique)

Photo by gilderic

I Can Gather All the News I Need on the Weather Report

Photo by Thomas Hawk

Let Me Fall Into the Dream of the Astronaut

Photo by Thomas Hawk

il buco nero [stairs in lecce, salento, puglia, italia, italy]

Photo by Paolo Margari

il mondo è fatto a scale [stairs in lecce, salento, italy]

Photo by Paolo Margari

Dark sky ferris wheel

Photo by Jasmic

Repetition

Photo by Georgios Karamanis

Le Grand 8 (0+0=8)

Photo by gilderic

Walking

Photo by svenwerk

Photo by lagiuspo

The fishing net

Photo by gilderic

minima minimalia

Photo by DanielaNob

3D "Peaks" tessellation technique, in progress

Photo by EricGjerde

two things

Photo by Darwin Bell

Time Tangents

Photo by gilderic

Homage to Jean-Claude

Photo by EricGjerde

Alone in Geometry

Photo by tochis

2005-02-01 Between and betwixt geometries, Antigua

Photo by [ henning ]

Photo by /seth/

swing.me

Photo by alefbetac

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