Fashion, jewellery, product and graphic design have all being influenced by the structural geometry of space. Architecturally, it means clean simple lines with one-off accent colours. Photographically, it’s similar to painting; working with layers, light and composition. Within the world of stock photography, interior, architectural and still-life imagery have become lucrative facets of lifestyle and corporate brand identity. The following tips and tricks tackle some of the issued faced when compressing a 3D form in to 2D representation.
Light defines space. It creates atmosphere and directs the viewer’s eye. The anatomical complexity of the human eye allows us to seamlessly adjust …read more