I've always preferred to compose my images as close as possible - devoid of clutters and elements that do not contribute to the story.  In short, I want to keep it simple.  This one is I think a good example.  I love the uniformity of patterns on the facade.  

I also like it when there are no competing colors.  I once read about the 60-30-20 rule of color composition. The idea is simple. When you choose a new color palette, 60% of the palette is dedicated to the dominant color — usually, we call it neutral. Secondary color, or complementary, makes up 30% of the palette, and a third color, accent one, is used for the remaining 10% of the design.

Similar to my previous post, the editing did not follow the law of nature.  Looking at the shadows, the source of light should be around 10 or 11 o'clock.  Clearly, this is not the case because I created a world of my own.  I believe that art doesn't have to always follow nature.  

Hope you enjoy.


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