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Most Popular Photo Last Year: May 22, 2013

Most of us have been reminded not to put unnecessary element right in the center of a picture, but knowing how crazy lomographers can get, a rule as rigid as this will definitely be broken!

Photo by chourique

Sometimes, unnecessary elements, most especially if placed in the middle of a picture, can get really distracting. But somehow, chourique pulled it off in this simple yet captivating photo of a red door against a blue wall. The thin tree divided the photo into two, thus creating an illusion that the photo has been taken using a half-frame camera.

Photo taken using a Fed 5B loaded with Kodak Color 200.

written by icequeenubia

2 comments

  1. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    @chourique Congratz!! And follow comment...

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  2. chourique

    chourique

    @herbert-4 thanks!

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