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Gamut – Repetition and Rhythm Within Your Composition

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Repetition in an image is like the beating of a drum. The rhythm of your favorite song. It can speak to the viewer on a subconscious level. If it’s done right, the viewer will enjoy the image and never be able to tell what is making them feel the way they are. By repeating the shapes or intervals of your major diagonals, you will be able to incorporate the rhythm which breaths life into your work. But this doens’t mean to repeat every diagonal or shape possible. You have to be selective.

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