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Contrast. In this photo the contrast comes from the composition and coloring of the sky vs the building – a…

Photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

Photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

Contrast. In this photo the contrast comes from the composition and coloring of the sky vs the building – a definite study in contrast courtesy of a recent trip to London. Your own contrast could also be related to color and lighting, but it also might be the items/colors/composition in the photo which don’t normally go together and therefore demonstrate a contrast by being grouped together. 

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