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André Kertész. Distortion # 45 1933

Distortion by André Kertész 1933

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On the quai near Saint Michel, Paris André Kertész

Bistro in the Latin Quarter, Paris, 1927, Andre Kertesz. (1894 - 1985)

poboh: “ Bistro in the Latin Quarter, Paris, André Kertesz.

André Kertesz, Satiric Dancer, Paris, 1926

Andre Kertesz - "Satiric Dancer", Paris, S)

Andre Kertesz - Avant Garde Photography

by André Kertész, Stair Shadow, Washington, DC

Henrietta Harris  Left: order Right: disorder order comes to mind on the left side of the portrait whereas the right side is very unique as some of the features on the face is distorted and coming out of his face.

Henrietta Harris Left: order Right: disorder order comes to mind on the left side of the portrait whereas the right side is very unique as some of the features on the face is distorted and coming out of his face.

By Sophie Wells The rule of composition they have used is rule of thirds The lighting they have used is from the side to give a reflection to the flick I like this picture as it shows how a normal picture would look but contrasts it with the blur  I chose this as it subtly shows disorder and confusion

Distortion Photography Model : Sophie Wells, shows how movement can change the look and views of the photo

This beautiful piece of art shows a link between Order and Disorder very clearly. Could be used to show Skeleton.

Lorena Cosba contrasting image of old and young

reflection!

Reflection in Kettle - Pencil Drawing