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Explore the True Essence of Photography - Reading this book will open a new window, a window of visual rhythm and harmonies, taking you closer to different cultures, making you understand the standard of photography, thus letting you analyze the art and fundamental rules with style that a photographer must have. As you read further, you will gain insight into how to produce the effects you want.

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Central Park Tunnel, by Christopher Utano - Photo was taken in Central Park NYC. I noticed the strong lines in the bricks overhead and seen potential for a good black and white composition. I switched to my 10-20mm lens to get as much of the lines in the shot as possible. I waited for someone to approach the tunnel from the other side to give the photo added depth and lead the eyes to a subject.

Atlas Child, by Abdellah Azizi - Inside the high mountains of Atlas, this child as they told me, not have a normal life like every child should. When a friend asked him to pose for the camera, all he has to do is to look to it, so he is looking through you.

Blue Tit, by Kurien Koshy Yohannan - Springtime is usually associated with green grass, new foliage and blossoming flowers but the other distinct sign that everything is coming to life is the sweet song of birds.

Panel, by Chris Horner - This is an elevator call panel from Michigan Central Station – arguably the most famous urban ruin in Detroit. Time and taggers have taken their toll on this beautiful building. Here, the setting sun was reflecting onto this surface, hghlighting the amazing colors that you see here...

This photograph captures the reflection of the man in the water while only seeing the shoes. Keeping it in black and white creates and eerie feeling.