Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Artists: week 6 two

When British photographer Martin Parr was a child, he collected stamps, rocks, bus tickets. Later, he moved on to Soviet propaganda, Margaret Thatcher memorabilia, Spice Girls candy bars, and kept going. "Parrworld," currently on view at the Musée du Jeu de Paume in Paris, sprawls over two floors, and features the artist's latest work as well as various objects and photographs that he has been collecting for decades.

This photo was using nature light and color from lighter to darker, our eye follow the people from light to dark. The artists were standing on the top place to shoot this image have the rule of third, because the color sand to the water.

In my opinion this photo is not good image, because the subject block the background. But the light is   real nature and rule of third for us to learn.

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