A Different Perspective

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Title: A Different Perspective
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Subject: English
Date: April 11, 2009
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He always let nature speak for itself, using raw and natural settings. Whatever he took a picture of, no matter how common the object may be, he allowed others to take on a different view. What's important in his photos if the play of lights and darks, the parallel and intersecting lines and arcs, the textures and shades, the commonalities and differences among all his photos...
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It's the abstraction and appreciation of composition and the pleasure that comes from the contrast that is depicted. Ansel could look at nature and see contrast and depth that other people could not. His view and pictures allowed people to view nature differently, to really appreciate and find the true beauty in it...
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