Weekly Photo Challenge: Grid
As photographers, we often envision grids over scenes we’re shooting to hone in on that just-so composition — goodness knows we’ve talked enough here about the ruleofthirds, one of the simplest and most effective ways to use a grid to improve our photographs. Some of us also use grid overlays baked into our cameras and phones to help.
This week, let’s take the humble grid out of the shadows, and make it the star.
I went to the South of France over the Summer. A couple of times I visited Marseilles where I had been told there was this fantastic museum, the Museum of the Civilisations of Europe and the Mediterranean, or MuCEM There was no mention of what was inside, it was the fascination with the architecture of the place. I was told it was like lace, I didn’t really believe it until I went to visit and wow it really was a piece of beauty. When the sunlight falls through the gaps, the shadows created it is a marvel to see.
I thought this fitting for this weeks theme of Grid. What do you think? Justine x