Taking into account Dynamic Symmertry
What is Dynamic Symmertry?
Jay Hambidge (1867–1924) spent much of his life searching for the technical bases of design. He found his answer in dynamic symmetry, one of the most provocative and stimulating theories in art history. Hambidge's study of Greek art convinced him that the secret of the beauty of Greek design was in the conscious use of dynamic symmetry — the law of natural design based upon the symmetry of growth in man and in plants. But Hambidge, who was not only a theoretician but also a practicing artist, did much more than analyze classical art and its principles of design: he worked out a series of root rectangles
This is ultimately how it works... All based around rectangles, a series of lines is created joining up point by point. Within the image each key part of the composition should be positioned so they align together within the lines of dynamic symmetry, resulting in the composition being aesthetically pleasing.
As you can see here, I took the theory into consideration when taking and editing the pictures. Here I created some more negative space at the top right by adding a backdrop on photoshop, I did this so that Shannon's forehead and knee wuld line up when using the dynamic symmetry grid.
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