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Layering is a part of my design philosophy and is shown in this image which becomes a source of inspiration for textiles work. Kenneth Josephson: Untitled - from the series Books, 1988 (Yancey Richardson Gallery)

Photography - B&W - Kenneth Josephson - Untitled - I'm in love with books & paper, so.

Kenneth Josephson has been recognized as an influential American practitioner of Conceptual photography, experimenting in black and white photography.

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And like Arkady Renko he builds a fort of books against reality

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William Smith. Not sure if this is the name of the photographer but in case it is I’ll keep the name. Awesome shot! LO
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William Smith. Not sure if this is the name of the photographer but in case it is I’ll keep the name. Awesome shot! LO

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A bare winter tree is reflected in wavy stripes in this lake photo taken one winter morning. Amazingly this is a color photo, but for the gray skies of a winter day.

I believe that this is very disordered as you cannot make out a Lear outline of the object within the picture. This picture requires more thought to see what the actual object is. This is done by the effect of the ripples in the water

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Albert Renger-Patzsch (1897–1966)

Macro-photograph of mushroom gills! 'Fungi Lepiota procera' by German photographer Albert Renger-Patzsch Gelatin silver print. via the Met, NYC

This photo show repetition because the objects are being repeated multiple times

Repetition Repetition Repetition and Rhythm

Shape and Pattern - though these are normal everyday Q-tips, the way they are placed, in the pattern, attracts our attention to the formation and makes the Q-tips more interesting.

Cafè Littéraire

I chose this photo because I found it interesting how this person used ordinary books to create a message through shadows. The pile of books looks like nothing, but the shadow creates a new visual that is cool to look at.

links back to some of the original photogram work I started off making, but it could be advanced onto pinhole photography instead of just making pictures in the dark room

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Preto & Branco

Capturing a moment takes patience, a degree of luck and often, a fast shutter speed!

photographe inconnu

In the story, the color black and white is represented in many different ways. This picture symbolizes white as knowledge. This can be related to the different impacts light and dark had and the very different connotations they hold.

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