- 14 Striking images that perfect symmetry from our Photography Challenge.
Nothing's more satisfying than a perfectly symmetrical image and our recent #CanonChallange left us wanting more.
From the entries, we saw different viewpoints, angles and even different lighting, creating a collection of skilfully composed images.
Symmetry means many things to many people, often it’s referenced with repetitious patterns and objects. There is a harmony within our mind that is achieved with a perfectly symmetrical object photographed in a perfect symmetrical fashion and its often scrutinised by our artistic mind’s eye to find the fault.Canon Collective Ambassador, Colin Baker
Photographers often get the benefit on their hard work by bringing the two opposing characteristics into one image.
A big challenge is using an everyday ordinary item in the environment around you to help create a photo of Symmetry in this crazy snowflake like unique world around us, and these images below have done a great job of that.
Take a peek at some of our favourites below:
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