This week's curated photostream was "Symmetry". Symmetry is important because it's either in your life or in your photography. For me personally, I compose symmetrically pleasing images because it brings balance and calm to my life. Sometimes this doesn't mean 100 percent perfectly straight horizons or exposed subjects, and thats ok because life doesn't work that way either. I think it is important to bring yourself into your photography, including your own imperfections. It's what makes them real. Though my reason is a personal one, I am sure the following photographers have their own reasons for composing such brilliant images.
Next week, we will have a new theme of "Passage of Time" curated by Katie Mollon. Submit up to three images for this theme by dropping them here! This theme should open up some really creative possibilities! We can't wait to see your images!
Train Depot | Ansco Speedex B2 | Delta 100 | Bobby Kulik
Vanishing Point | Bessa L /w Heliar 15mm F/4.5 | Portra Film | Greg Williamson
VA Bridge | Hasselblad 500cm /w 60mm CT Lens | Aaron Bieleck
Arches | Mamiya 645 ProTL | Ruby Berry
Horizontotality | RB67 /w 180mm Lens | Portra 160 Film | Nils Karlson
Carolina | Zero Image | Sarah Taft
Untitled | Nikon F90x | Ektachrome XPro | Lucy Wainwright