Case Study - Hat
because gestalt theory is a particularly complex subject to get your head around. I want to end this module on a hat or a picture of that, to be more precise. This quirky images, far more abstract than the man of war landscape in the previous lesson but is equally reliant on the five pissed out principles. The framed photograph in the hat form the figure against a cityscape background, which also creates a context for the story figure and ground one. In the framed photograph, the closeness of the man on woman creates proximity to they're wearing the same style of clothing, which creates unity. Perhaps they're a couple close colleagues from which we get similarity. Three. The hat is separate outside of this unity appoint enhance by the start color, however, the woman's gays leads us to it continuance for and finally we begin to wonder who is the person in the colored hat, you become engaged, imagining all sorts of possibilities. Is it a shady man loitering in the shadow of the night? Is...
it an elegant lady rushing home laden with shopping from the cut your store? Is it a flamboyant city work on his way to a bar or a jazz musician, perhaps bus king on the city streets. My story becomes our stories. You fill in the blank closure. Five. There are some photographs that when you look at them, just seem to work. You don't necessarily know the reason they just do, and I'll pretty much guarantee if you deconstruct those images in the same way I've just done with the Hat and the Man of War Cove. Previously, you'll find underneath, holding up the visual story of the five main principles of just out. It may be complex, but it works, and that's the reason it's such an important part of composition, I don't know.