CREATIVE LANDSCAPE UK-based photographer Andrew Whyte specializes in long-exposure photography, but lately he’s been busy with a small-scale project: the adventures of a Lego figure dubbed Leg O’Grapher
Picasso made these fractured, disjointed paintings by “analyzing” an object or scene from every angle, and then painting a single composition that combines each viewpoint. This early style of Cubism is actually called Analytic Cubism.
formal elements - line~ this looks like a lot more drawing is involved as I think the Eiffel tower has been drawn but there is definitely a more obvious use of tone in this piece to others I've seen -tone~ this has been used in the Eiffel tower to add detail and make it look 3d
This is taken from a very interesting angle from the ground, yet it still captures the whole scene very well. The reflection of the image in the puddle is neat and makes a cool effect. The trees stretching over the top and reflected in the water makes it look circular, with the car in the center (also using the rule of thirds).