Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Seeing Form Everywhere

Since starting the Exploring with a Camera: Finding Form prompt I've been seeing form everywhere. I've realized that much of the art I love outside of photography, both painting and drawing, relies heavily on form. I love the shading of light and dark, how something so simple creates dimension on a flat surface. You can see that in this photograph from Santorini - it's all about form. If you didn't have the light and dark, the various shades, what would you see? Just a blank white rectangle.

Since I'm off traveling this week, you have a bonus week with this exploration topic! Link in below or share your image in the Flickr pool, if you've found form in your photographs. I'll catch up with comments next week when I get back. In the meantime, you can fill my void and visit the links of your fellow participants, and see how they are Finding Form in the world around them.

See you next week!


  1. I love form too - and it's essential for black & white photography.

  2. Hi Kat! Thanks for stopping by. My husband and I are stationed in Aviano. How about you?

  3. Hope you're having a wonderful time away, Kat!


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