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    #494 Welcome back everyone! Huge thanks for all of the awesome support, you’re truly appreciated! Today we are going to be deconstructing the remarkable photos of fashion photographer, Paolo Roversi. We’ll look close at his design techniques and unique artistic style (see Day 122), then discover the secret recipe to his best photos. We’ll also see […]

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1 of 365 – Introduction

2 of 365 – Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #1

3 of 365 – What Makes Me an Expert on Composition?

4 of 365 – The Simplified Concept Behind the Rule of Thirds

5 of 365 – *Why do They Say it’s a Rule of Thirds Power Point?

6 of 365 – *Composition So Easy a Baby Monkey Could do it

7 of 365 – *Canon of Design Essentials- VISUAL GLOSSARY

8 of 365 – Using the Rule of Thirds: I am Guilty, Most of Us are

9 of 365 – *Juliette Aristides – ANALYZED DRAWING

10 of 365The Rule of Thirds Inventor: John Thomas Smith

11 of 365 – What happened to design? 

12 of 365 – *Peter Lippman – ANALYZED PHOTO

13 of 365 – *Analyzing Smith’s Rule of Thirds Statement

14 of 365 – *The Simplicity & Beauty of Dynamic Symmetry – VISUAL GLOSSARY

15 of 365 – *Capturing Movement in Photography and Painting

16 of 365 – *Arantzazu Martinez – ANALYZED PAINTING

17 of 365 – *The Arabesque in Painting – Part I – Law of Continuity

18 of 365 – *The Arabesque in Nature – Part II

19 of 365 – *The Arabesque in Photography – Part III

20 of 365Laocoon – ANALYZED SCULPTURE

21 of 365 – *Figure Ground Relationship (FGR) in Photography and Painting – Part I

22 of 365 – *Figure Ground Relationship – Proper use will define your subject – Part II

23 of 365 – *Georges-Pierre Seurat – ANALYZED PAINTING

24 of 365 – The Rule of Thirds and the Chicken Soup Analogy

25 of 365 – A Misleading Guide to Mastering Composition

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26 of 365 – Alik Sakharov (Game of Thrones) – ANALYZED CINEMA

27 of 365 – *Greatest Area of Contrast (GAC)

28 of 365 – *Simultaneous Contrast in Photography and Painting

29 of 365 – *Editing Your Photography and Painting Quickly

30 of 365 – *Gregory Crewdson – ANALYZED PHOTO #1

31 of 365 – *Chiaroscuro – Dramatic Lighting in Painting, Photography, and Cinema

32 of 365 – *Unity Within Your Composition – Law of Closure – Part I

33 of 365 – *Leonardo Da Vinci – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

34 of 365 – *Unity Within Your Composition – Ellipses – Part II

35 of 365 – *Unity Within Your Composition – Radiating Lines – Part III

36 of 365 – The Rule of Thirds and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

37 of 365 – *Frans Snyders – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

38 of 365 – *Gamut – Repetition & Rhythm Within Your Composition – Part I

39 of 365 – *Gamut – Posing Rhythm Within Your Composition – Part II

40 of 365 – *John Singer Sargent – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

41 of 365 – *Henri Cartier-Bresson Using the Grid

42 of 365 – *Aerial Perspective Outdoors in Photography and Painting – Part I

43 of 365 – *Aerial Perspective Indoors in Photography and Painting – Part II

44 of 365 – *Syd McGinley – ANALYZED PAINTING

45 of 365 – *Bresson Quoting Bonnard about Instinct

46 of 365 – *Aerial Perspective – Smoking Cigarettes in Visual Art – Part III

47 of 365 – *Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #2

48 of 365 – *Coincidences Create Unity & Movement – Overlapping Shapes

49 of 365 – *Edge Flicker (EF) in Photography and Painting – Part I

50 of 365 – *Edge Flicker (EF) – Cutting Off Limbs in Photography and Painting – Part II

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51 of 365 – *Patinir – ANALYZED PAINTING

52 of 365 – The Future of Design in Art

53 of 365 – Gestalt Psychology Introduction – Part I

54 of 365 – *Vincent van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

55 of 365 – *Gestalt Psychology – Law of Pragnanz – Part II

56 of 365 – *Gestalt Psychology – Law of Similarity – Part III

57 of 365 – *Gestalt Psychology – Law of Symmetry – Part IV

58 of 365 – *Pieter Bruegel – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

59 of 365 – *Gestalt Psychology – Law of Proximity – Part V

60 of 365 – *The Golden Rectangle is not a Slice of Cheese

61 of 365 – *Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #3

62 of 365 – *The Golden Rectangle is not a Slice of Cheese – Part II

63 of 365 –  *Baroque vs. Sinister in Artistic Design – Part I

64 of 365 – *Baroque vs. Sinister in Artistic Design – Magnetic Momentum – Part II

65 of 365 – *William-Adolphe Bouguereau – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

66 of 365 – *The Golden Ratio is Misunderstood…Again.

67 of 365 – *Georges Seurat Using Phi Calipers

68 of 365 – *Shen Zhou – ANALYZED PAINTING

69 of 365 – *Phi Ratio and the Close-Minded Professor

70 of 365 – *Timeline of Geometry, Phi, and Design

71 of 365 – *Finding the GAC in Photoshop

72 of 365 – *David Bellemere – ANALYZED PHOTO #1

73 of 365 – *GRID DOWNLOAD and USING THE GRID – VIDEO

74 of 365 – Composition for Dummies

75 of 365 – *Claude Joseph Vernet – ANALYZED PAINTING

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76 of 365 – *The Power of the 90 Degree Angle

77 of 365 – Gregory Crewdson Documentary

78 of 365 – *Aspective View in Photography and Painting

79 of 365 – *Toulouse Lautrec – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

80 of 365Using the Phi Ratio Doesn’t Mean You are Part of a Cult

81 of 365 – *Design Being Used in Cinema

82 of 365 – *Hugues Merle – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

83 of 365 – *Negative Space and Filling the Grid in Photography and Painting

84 of 365 – Seth Godin on Mentorship

85 of 365 – *Learn to Squint when Creating Your Art

86 of 365 – *Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #4

87 of 365 – *Romance of the Triangle in Visual Art

88 of 365 – *Linking the Foreground & Background in Painting

89 of 365 – *Viggo Johansen – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

90 of 365 – *Echoing Shapes in Photography

91 of 365 – *Composition Techniques – Filter What you Find – Part I

92 of 365 – *Follow the Rule of Thirds

93 of 365 – *Composition Techniques – Filter What you Find – Part II

94 of 365 – *Big Names Working the Scene in Photography

95 of 365 – A Painter Finding His Way with Composition

96 of 365 – Happy New Year Artists!

97 of 365 – *Caspar David Friedrich – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

98 of 365 – *How to Design a Photo Shoot

99 of 365 – *Understanding Balance in Composition: Gazing Direction

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100 of 365 – *Caravaggio – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

101 of 365 – Surfing is an Art

102 of 365 – *Breathing Room – Art Balance from Top to Bottom – Part I

103 of 365 – *Pablo Picasso – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

104 of 365 – *Breathing Room – Art Balance from Top to Bottom – Part II

105 of 365 – Phi Lecture by Barnstone Student Ryan Brooker

106 of 365 – *Edward Weston Quote on Photography Composition

107 of 365 – *Bouguereau – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

108 of 365 – *Art from Intuition

109 of 365 – *One or Many Focal Points in Art?

110 of 365 – *Poynter – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

111 of 365 – *The Shock and Awe in Art

112 of 365 – The Desolate Arcade

113 of 365 – *Light and Shadow in Photography and Painting – Part I

114 of 365 – *Degas – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

115 of 365 – *Light & Shadow – Part II

116 of 365 – The Impassioned Eye with Henri Cartier-Bresson

117 of 365 – *Gregory Crewdson – ANALYZED PHOTO #2

118 of 365 – The War of Art with Steven Pressfield

119 of 365 – *Get Familiar with Your Photographic Environment

120 of 365 –  Share the Secrets of Design with Myron Barnstone

121 of 365 – *Viggo Johansen – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

122 of 365 – *Finding Your Artistic Style

123 of 365 – Timing is Everything

124 of 365 – Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

125 of 365 – *Contrapposto – A Pose of Beauty

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126 of 365 – Boxing is an Art

127 of 365 – Canon of Design – VIRTUAL  LIBRARY

128 of 365 – *Henri Fantin-Latour – ANALYZED PAINTING

129 of 365 – *Pierre Bonnard Quote

130 of 365 – *Expression is Gold in Photography and Painting

131 of 365 – *Juliette Aristides – ANALYZED PAINTING

132 of 365 – Say Hello to Other Artists

133 of 365 – *Be Original

134 of 365 – *Conceptual Photographers and Compositing

135 of 365 – *Hubert Robert – ANALYZED PAINTING

136 of 365 – Joe McNally Photography Quote

137 of 365 – *Square Composition in Art

138 of 365 – *Pablo Picasso – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

139 of 365 – Alfred Stiegletz Documentary

140 of 365 – Learning Art from Those Before Us

141 of 365 – *Inspiration from the Grid

142 of 365 – *Herbert James Draper – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

143 of 365 – Good or Great Photography

144 of 365 – *Camera Obscura

145 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

146 of 365 – Technology Fails Design

147 of 365 – Application & Repetition Leads to Experience

148 of 365 – *Unity Emphasis in Painting

149 of 365 – *Giorgio Morandi – ANALYZED PAINTING

150 of 365 – *Kenyon Cox Quote

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151 of 365 – *Learn How Our Eyes Scan Artwork

152 of 365 – *Paxton – ANALYZED PAINTING

153 of 365 – Composition in Painting and Photography is Essential

154 of 365 – Einstein’s Struggle

155 of 365 – *Composition with Compound Root Rectangles

156 of 365 – *Johannes Vermeer – ANALYZED PAINTING

157 of 365 – *Music can Inspire the Mood of Your Image

158 of 365 – What Makes a Painting Valuable

159 of 365 – *Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #5

160 of 365 – *The Shadow’s Edge in Photography

161 of 365 – *Canon of Design RESOURCES

162 of 365 – *Leonardo Da Vinci Quote

163 of 365 – *Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema – ANALYZED PAINTING #1

164 of 365 – Anatomy by Robert Beverly Hale

165 of 365 – *Pitfalls of Photography

166 of 365 – *Gregory Crewdson – ANALYZED PHOTO #3

167 of 365 – *Donald Duck and the Golden Ratio

168 of 365 – *The Creative Brain

169 of 365 – *Disguise the Design in Your Composition

170 of 365 – *Bouguereau – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

171 of 365 – Golden Ratio and Mona Lisa -ANALYZED (Phi Calipers)

172 of 365 – *Becoming a Master Photographer

173 of 365 – *Da Vinci – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

174 of 365 – Odometer vs Facebook Likes

175 of 365 – *Haphazardly Filling the Grid

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176 of 365 – Artistic Composition is a Choice

177 of 365 – *Titian – ANALYZED PAINTING

178 of 365 – *Photography: Should I Convert to Black & White or Keep it Color – Part I

179 of 365 – *Photography: Should I Convert to Black & White or Keep it Color – Part II

180 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

181 of 365 – *Photography: Should I Convert to Black & White or Keep it Color – Part III

182 of 365 – *Cezanne Quote

183 of 365 – *Photography: Should I Convert to Black & White or Keep it Color – Part IV

184 of 365 – *Euan Uglow – ANALYZED PAINTING

185 of 365 – Alan Watts – If Money Were No Object

186 of 365 – Forging Masterpieces

187 of 365 – *Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #6

188 of 365 – The Painful Puzzle

189 of 365 – *Patterns in Art

190 of 365 – PHI CALIPER GIVEAWAY – ##CLOSED##

191 of 365 – *Michelangelo – ANALYZED PAINTING

192 of 365 – Photography: Stretch Before You Exercise

193 of 365 – *The Conceptual Photos in Your Mind

194 of 365 – *Degas – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

195 of 365 – Can the Untrained Eye Recognize Design

196 of 365 – Tom Keating on Master Painting

197 of 365 – Art: Getting Your Money’s Worth

198 of 365 – *Whistler – ANALYZED PAINTING

199 of 365 – Art: Learn to Roll with the Punches

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200 of 365Web Art Academy Lessons

201 of 365 – *Erwin Olaf – ANALYZED PHOTO

202 of 365 – Drowning in the Rat Race

203 of 365 – *Street Photography: When to Crop In & Clone Out – Part I

204 of 365 – *Street Photography: When to Crop In & Clone Out – Part II

205 of 365 – *Gentileschi – ANALYZED PAINTING

206 of 365 – Oil Painting Realism

207 of 365 – Designing is for Weirdos

208 of 365 – *Degas – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

209 of 365 – *Light Falloff & The Inverse Square Law – Part I

210 of 365 – *Light Falloff & The Inverse Square Law – Part II

211 of 365 – Focus Your Artistic Efforts and Excel

212 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #4

213 of 365 – What Happened to Our Free Time

214 of 365 – Insights on Landscape Photography

215 of 365 – Gregory Crewdson – ANALYZED PHOTO #4

216 of 365 – *Photography: Sunny 16 Technique

217 of 365 – *Hannibal Inspired Color Grading in Photoshop

218 of 365 – *Bouguereau Quote

219 of 365 – *Vincent van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

220 of 365 – *The Story of Vincent van Gogh

221 of 365 – *Vincent van Gogh Quote

222 of 365 – *Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #7

223 of 365 – *Creating Beautiful Group Photos Like Annie – Part I

224 of 365 – *Creating Beautiful Group Photos Like Annie – Part II

225 of 365 – Art and Pandering to the Masses

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226 of 365 – Henri Cartier-Bresson – ANALYZED PHOTO

227 of 365 – How Inspiration Fades in Photography

228 of 365 – *Photography: Watermark or No Watermark

229 of 365 – *Jean-Babtiste Carpeaux – ANALYZED SCULPTURE

230 of 365 – *Inspiration from Greek Mythology – Part I

231 of 365 – *Inspiration from Greek Mythology – Part II

232 of 365 – *The Man Who Taught Bresson Geometry

233 of 365 – *Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

234 of 365 – The Painters Secret Geometry Giveaway – ##CLOSED##

235 of 365 –*Edgar Degas Quote #1

236 of 365 – *Dot Bunn – ANALYZED PAINTING

237 of 365 – If Van Gogh had a Facebook Page in 1887

238 of 365 – *How Mirrors Add Depth, Mystery & Movement in Visual Art

239 of 365 – *Vivian Maier; Nanny, Recluse, Talented Street Photographer

240 of 365 – *Pierre Auguste Cot – ANALYZED PAINTING

241 of 365 – Steve Jobs Quote

242 of 365 – *Street Photography Techniques & Inspiration – Part I

243 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #5

244 of 365 – *Street Photography Techniques & Inspiration – Part II

245 of 365 – *Using Your DSLR as a FILM Camera

246 of 365 – *Andrew Wyeth & The Forgotten Stories

247 of 365 – *Da Vinci – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

248 of 365 – John Free Street Photography Advice

249 of 365 – *How to Create a Window of Depth in Photography and Painting

250 of 365 – *Vincent van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

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251 of 365 – *Pablo Picasso: The Power of Art – video

252 of 365 – Henri Cartier-Bresson Quote

253 of 365 – *The Perfect Canvas Size for Your Design

254 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING – Video – Part I

255 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING – Video – Part II

256 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING – Video – Part III

257 of 365 – *A Camera, the Streets & a Lady

258 of 365 – *Henri Matisse Quote

259 of 365 – *Salvador Dali – Modern Masters

260 of 365 – *Center Composition with Stanley Kubrick

261 of 365 – *Renoir – ANALYZED PAINTING

262 of 365 – Find a Happy Balance

263 of 365 – *Using a UV Filter for Photography Lighting Effects

264 of 365 – *Annie Leibovitz – ANALYZED PHOTO #8

265 of 365 – The Quest to Replicate Nature in Technology

266 of 365 – Johannes Vermeer – The Master of Light

267 of 365 – *The Art of the Establishing Shot in Cinema

268 of 365 – *Salvador Dali – ANALYZED PAINTING

269 of 365 – *Drawing in Perspective

270 of 365*Using an iPad as a Light Table

271 of 365 – *Raphael – ANALYZED PAINTING

272 of 365 – *Buying a Wide Angle Lens: What I Didn’t Know

273 of 365 – Camera Gear is Based on a Matter of Purpose and Quality

274 of 365 – *Pablo Picasso Quote

275 of 365 – *David Bellemere – ANALYZED PHOTO #2

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276 of 365 – Excellent Street Photography by Alex Webb of Magnum Photos

277 of 365 – *The Art of the Opening Sequence in Cinema

278 of 365 – *Puvis – ANALYZED PAINTING

279 of 365 – Campfire’s and Camping Nowadays

280 of 365Annie Leibovitz 1993 Documentary

281 of 365 – *10 Tips on How to Enjoy a Museum

282 of 365 – *Judith Fritchman – ANALYZED PAINTING

283 of 365 – *How to Spot Design Clues in a Museum

284 of 365 – Bat Boy Syndrome and Remarkable Art

285 of 365 – *Matisse – ANALYZED PAINTING

286 of 365 – *Henri Cartier-Bresson: Just Plain Love

287 of 365 – *Learning to Look and Like with Avigdor Arikha

288 of 365 – Do What You Love – Follow Your Passion

289 of 365 – *Vincent van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #4

290 of 365Edgar Degas Quote #2

291 of 365 – *Shooting My First Roll of Film: Start to Finish

292 of 365 – *Lucian Freud – ANALYZED PAINTING

293 of 365 – *Ansel Adams: Love for Music, Photography, and Life

294 of 365 – Life is Like a Cinnamon Roll

295 of 365 – *Martin Parr and His Whacky Street Photography Style

296 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #6

297 of 365 – World Desensitization

298 of 365 – *The Artistic Journey of Henri Matisse

299 of 365 – *Tintoretto – ANALYZED PAINTING

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300 of 365The Old Masters, Standing in Awe

301 of 365 – Look at that Camera, You’re Not a Serious Photographer

302 of 365 – *Classical vs. Romantic Artistic Style

303 of 365 – *Da Vinci – ANALYZED PAINTING #4

304 of 365 – *Pablo Picasso and His Drama Filled Life

305 of 365 – The Perception of Spoken Words

306 of 365 – *Bouguereau Using Phi Calipers

307 of 365 – *Silver Printing: Method vs Imagery

308 of 365 – *Hitler’s Nazi Museum of Stolen Paintings

309 of 365 – Promoting Great Art and Composition

310 of 365*Delacroix – ANALYZED PAINTING

311 of 365 – *Harold Speed Quote

312 of 365 – *Joel Meyerowitz Photography – The Street is Delicious

313 of 365 – *Caravaggio – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

314 of 365 – *What if Bresson didn’t Shoot with a Leica?

315 of 365 – Art, Social Media, and the Empire State Building

316 of 365 – *M.C. Escher and his Fantastically Unique Artwork

317 of 365 – *Henrietta Rae – ANALYZED PAINTING

318 of 365 – *Understanding Camera Light Meters and Squinting

319 of 365 – Bouguereau Quote 2

320 of 365*John William Waterhouse – ANALYZED PAINTING

321 of 365 – Couch Potato or Master Painter

322 of 365 – *How to Design with Clouds

323 of 365 – *The Elite Photographers of Magnum Photos

324 of 365 – *Jean Leon Gerome – ANALYZED PAINTING

325 of 365 – *Four Fun Lighting and DOF techniques

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326 of 365 – Modern Day Slavery

327 of 365 – *George Frederic Watts – ANALYZED PAINTING

328 of 365 – *Seven Techniques to Become a Surrealist Street Photographer

329 of 365 – The Ignorant Teapot Calling the Kettle Black

330 of 365*Real Talk About Learning from the Masters

331 of 365 – *Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #7

332 of 365 – *Diagonal Coincidences and How to Use Them

333 of 365 – *How to Succeed as a Photographer

334 of 365 – *Rembrandt – ANALYZED PAINTING

335 of 365 – Jim Carrey: Inspiration from a Goofball

336 of 365 – *The Frame Forces Relationships in Photography

337 of 365 – *Fred Herzog and His Color Theory

338 of 365 – *Toulouse Lautrec – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

339 of 365 – Van Gogh Quote #2

340 of 365*Dynamic Symmetry Notes

341 of 365 – *Jan Brueghel the Elder – ANALYZED PAINTING

342 of 365 – *How to Combine Old and New Art Techniques

343 of 365 – Schools are Factories for Obedience

344 of 365 – *Looking at Your Old Photographs with a New Eye

345 of 365 – *Solomon Joseph Solomon – ANALYZED PAINTING

346 of 365 – *Paul Cezanne and His Artistic Journey

347 of 365 – Edgar Degas Quote #3

348 of 365 – *Thomas Eakins – ANALYZED PAINTING

349 of 365 – Christina’s World Stuck in a Corner at the MoMA

350 of 365Karl Blossfeldt and His Artistic Representation of Nature

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351 of 365 – *Harold Speed Notes

352 of 365 –*Paul de Vos – ANALYZED PAINTING

353 of 365 –*The Best Emotion Provoking Technique for Photography

354 of 365 – *Under the Skin – Artistic Cinema Analyzed

355 of 365 – *Gustave Jean Jacquet – ANALYZED PAINTING

356 of 365 – *Photography Inspired by Andrew Wyeth & The Kuerner Farm

357 of 365 – *Odd Nerdrum Quote

358 of 365 – *Toulouse Lautrec and His Artistic Journey

359 of 365 – *David Teniers Using Phi Calipers

360 of 365*Photography Exercise to Quickly See a Design

361 of 365 – *Create Double Exposures with Film, Digital, and Photoshop

362 of 365 – *Eugene Romain Thirion – ANALYZED PAINTING

363 of 365 – *Vermeer’s Secret Life

364 of 365 – *The Symbolic Objects in Art: Yesterday & Today

365 of 365 – Day 365 of 365, it’s Time to Celebrate!

Bonus Articles After the 365!

366. Mastering Composition & Henri Cartier-Bresson (Video Response)

367. Moving to Hawaii to Pursue Photography and Composition

368. Film Photography Inspired by Bresson (Waikiki Meetup)

369. Myron Barnstone Interview: A Journey to Find the Techniques of Design

370. Color Theory, Monet, and Bruno Barbey – Part I

371. *Color Theory, Monet, and Bruno Barbey – Part II

372. 40 Street Photography Tips from Brutal Self Critiquing – Part I

373. *40 Street Photography Tips from Brutal Self Critiquing – Part II

374. *Separating Shapes – Bresson Being Inspired by Matisse

375.Taking One Photo with William Eggleston

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376. NEW Flickr Street Photography Account

377. How Picasso Found Subject Matter for his Painting

378. *Successful Painters that Don’t Draw Well

379. The Fading Giants of Magnum Photos

380. Top 10 Free Books from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

381. How Tall was Henri Cartier-Bresson?

382. Leonardo Da Vinci Quote, Picasso Master Copy, and Tiny Habits

383. 5 Reasons Why Scanning Your Own Film is Better

384. Would You Cease to Exist if Facebook Disappeared?

385. *Annie Leibovitz & Star Wars Analyzed

386. Printmaking Artist Gustave Dore

387. Harold Speed: Drawing with Dither

388. Your Portfolio is like a Window for Shoppers

389. Photography Composition with Cutouts Transforms Landmarks

390. Child Prodigy of Painting, Photography, or Mastering Composition

391.*Egon Schiele Expressive Nudes Documentary

392. Losing a Hard Drive Full of Photos was Gut Wrenching

393. *Learning to Draw Better: My New Year’s Resolution

394. *5 Books Every Artist Needs for Mastering Composition

395. *The Secret to Josef Koudelka’s Best Photo Compositions

396. 10 Myths About the Rule of Thirds

397. Peer Pressure Can Make You Sharp or Dull

398. When a Photo Becomes Reality: Losing a Loved One

399. Mastering Composition to Get More Keepers in Street Photography

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400. * Top 10 Color Street Photographers – with Color Theory

401. *Nosferatu the Vampyre 1979 – Analyzed Cinema

402. *Garry Winogrand and His Photography Compositions

403. Score Your Compositions

404. *Gustav Klimt Using Dynamic Symmetry, Color, and Patterns

405. *Composition and Your Profile Picture

406. *Correcting Degas’ Painting Composition

407. Can an Artist be Born a Genius

408. *Mastering Composition with Odd Nerdrum

409. *Mastering Composition with a Micro Four Thirds Camera

410. *Henri Cartier-Bresson: Geometry Exposed

411. Mr. Robot Creates Visual Tension with Composition Techniques

412. *Spontaneity Realized in Street Photography

413. *The Late Drawings of Picasso

414. *Bresson’s Most Misconceived Quote

415. An Update to My Artistic Journey

416. *Photography Composition & Design – New Book Sneak Peek

417. *Top 10 Techniques to Master Composition

418. *The Revenant – ANALYZED CINEMA

419. *Composition with Overlapping Root Rectangles

420. Rest In Peace Myron Barnstone – 10.29.16

421. *Game of Thrones S06E01 – Analyzed Cinema

422. Famous Artist Birthdays and Inspiration

423. *The Problem with Leading Lines – Using Pointing Devices

424. *Horizon Zero Dawn – Analyzed Video Game

425. Virtual Mentors to Inspire Your Artistic Journey

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426. *Stanley Kubrick’s Best Photographs

427. *Mastering Composition: Analyzing Art Books with Tracing Paper – Round One

428. *Email Q &A: Dynamic Symmetry and Canvas Sizes

429. “Moby” the Mobile Studio: for Painting and Photography

430. *Email Q & A: What is the Golden Section?

431. Dynamic Symmetry: How to Use it in Photography and Painting

432. *Dynamic Symmetry: How to Draw the Grid with Math

433. My $200 Pencil Sharpener for Drawing

434. *Bresson’s Most Famous Negative Analyzed

435. *Toulouse Lautrec – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

436. *How the Masters Used Dynamic Symmetry – Picasso “The Frugal Repast”

437. Email Q & A: How Did the Masters Learn Dynamic Symmetry? 

438. *Dynamic Symmetry: Themes of Root Rectangles

439. Mastering Composition to Get More Keepers: P.O.V. B+W Street Photography

440.*Using Ambiguity to Strengthen the Storytelling of Your Art

441. *The Top Techniques to Create Visual Impact in Your Art

442. *How to Create a Hierarchy in Your Photograph or Painting

443. Vincent van Gogh Gold Mine of Paintings and Drawings

444. *How to Self-Critique Your Photo or Painting

445. Absinthe: Murder, Mayhem, and Master Painters

446. Email Q & A: Blade Runner Analyzed Cinema

447. *Street Photography Techniques Used for Fashion Photos

448. *Did They Use the Rule of Thirds in Blade Runner 2049 – Part One

449. *Configuring Our Dynamic Symmetry Grids – Blade Runner 2049 – Part Two

450. *Blade Runner 2049 – Analyzed Cinema – Part Three

451. Cinematic Test Shots with the Sony A6500 and Mavic Pro Drone

452. *Mastering Composition: Analyzing Art Books with Tracing Paper – Round Two

453. *Aerial Composition and Dynamic Symmetry

454. *Number One Hack for Mastering Composition

455. *One Second Color Correction with Annie Leibovitz Photos

456. *Bloodline Camera Work – Analyzed Cinema for Wedding Techniques

457. *Vincent van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #5

458. Top 20 Discoveries from Canon of Design

459. *Ozark is Like a Gregory Crewdson Photo – ANALYZED CINEMA

460. Dynamic Symmetry, Composition and Henri Cartier-Bresson

461. *Decoding the Timeless Subjects of Master Painters

462. Why is the Rule of Thirds Grid on Pro Cameras?

463. *Magnetic Momentum in Book Covers – Baroque vs Sinister

464. *Our Fascination with Toned Images

465. *Good Artists Copy, Great Artists Blatantly Plagiarize

466. *The Leibovitz Recipe: Number One – Figure-Ground Relationship

467. *Photo Shoot Think Sheet

468. *The Third Man – ANALYZED CINEMA

469. *Suzanne Valadon – Mother, Model, Master Painter

470. Vincent van Gogh – Color Theory

471. *Email Q & A: Design, Color and Patterns

472. Proof that Henri Cartier-Bresson Used Dynamic Symmetry in Photography

473. *Vincent van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #6

474. *Dynamic Symmetry, Film and the Sydney Opera House

475. *Game of Thrones S07E04 – ANALYZED CINEMA

476. *Dynamic Symmetry: How to Quickly Build the Grids in Photoshop

477. *Dynamic Symmetry: Major Area Divisions (MAD) vs Themes

478. *Sydney Australia Gallery: The Best Paintings – Part One

479. *Sydney Australia Gallery: The Worst Paintings – Part Two

480. *Fine Art Photos by Stephen Shore

481. *How to Pose a Model with an Arabesque [Fine Art Photography]

482. Golden Ratio in Art: Parthenon and Euan Uglow [Techniques]

483. *Jean-Babtiste Carpeaux – ANALYZED SCULPTURE #2

484. *Annie Leibovitz: Group Photo Composition [Techniques]

485. *Photography Composition with Irving Penn [5 Techniques]

486. *The Masterful Set Designs of Mary Howard

487. *The Photography Composition of Horst P. Horst [Techniques]

488. *Composition is More Important than Beautiful Lighting

489. *The Simplistic Lighting of Stanley Kubrick

490. The Masterful Design Techniques of Martine Franck [Cartier-Bresson]

491. *Alexey Titarenko Long Exposure Photography [Hauntingly Beautiful]

492. *How the Subject’s Gaze Can Control the Frame

493. *Sylvette David: The Inspiring Muse of Pablo Picasso

494. *Paolo Roversi Photography Analyzed [7 Techniques]
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