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I love how they took full grasp of the brief here. Showcasing the play element with the piano and simplicity of the lines in keys.
This image really caught my eye cause its exactly what the brief described. From the bird (strange) to the coulours and the bokeh.
I chose this image by @kxxgvn.eric for it’s striking composition and use of shape and line. The most compelling part of the photograph are the elongated shadows, which really come alive from this high vantage point. An excellent interpretation of ‘Looking Down’.
I loved Sally’s interpretation of this brief and her unique take on an extensively photographed icon. The idea of an image being revealed through reading between the gaps, or ‘dots’, is a fantastic one to play with.
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