Symmetry is defined in the dictionary as ‘the quality of having parts that match each other, especially in an attractive way, or a similarity of shape or contents’.
By its very description, it’s obvious that symmetry can be used to produce beautiful images.
Symmetry is widely accepted as a practical composition tool in all fine arts and architecture design.
This knowledge makes finding symmetrical subjects for your photos easier than you might think!
If you’re a little confused by the concept of symmetry and how to use it, you’re not alone.
In this free guide, Jo Plumridge covers the basics of symmetry and how to use it.
Here’s what she covers:
- Why use symmetry in the first place?
- What gear do you need? Do you need something special to work with symmetry?
- The common styles of symmetry that you’re likely to find wherever you’re located.
- Some of her unique ideas on how to get you started using symmetry in your images.
- She includes a special note on the use of ‘Dynamic Symmetry.’
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Photo Credit: Tim Navis