Proof that Henri Cartier-Bresson Used Dynamic Symmetry in Photography

11/09/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


In this video, Tavis Leaf Glover shows proof that Henri Cartier-Bresson used dynamic symmetry in his photography. he shows you his book, The Decisive Moment, and teach you a bit of his history with master painters and photographers.



Aside from using dynamic symmetry in his photos, he also considered himself a surrealist. He hung out with the top surrealist photographers of his time, and they all inspired each other.

If you want to read the interesting intro and see the unbelievable photo reproductions of Henri Cartier-Bresson's work, visit this link


You may also like: Dynamic Symmetry, Composition and Henri Cartier Bresson

About Tavis Leaf Glover:

Conceptual Fine Art Photographer, author, blogger, and educator of mastering composition techniques. Tips and tools used by the master painters will help you create your own masterpiece!. FULL ARTICLE for THE MASTER PASS members: https://goo.gl/s3wP2c


Text, image and video via Tavis Leaf Glover  | Copyright © photos are by Magnum Photos, home of the best street photographers in the world.



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