Friday, November 6, 2009

Gothic Landscape and Structures

The landscape images are common in gothic photography. Unlike traditional landscapes, gothic tone may not stress the beauty and color of a scene, but a mindset of isolation and Somberness. Moors, rocky precipices and barren fields are possible subjects for photography gothic.

When you take pictures of tombstones and architecture, photography, employs Goth often cons-diving, which makes the structure appear to tower over the viewer. Conversely, Goth Photography may use the macro settings to zoom in on details or imperfections in the structures to emphasize the fragility and impermanence.


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