Sometimes a little photographic inspiration is needed, so I visited Tate Modern today for exactly that. The current exhibition there, The Shape of Light, features a mix of abstract photography and art and I’ve been trying to find a time to see it since May. It was worth the visit as it gave me lots of ideas about photographic techniques I should try more often.
Refreshed by the exhibition, I spent the rest of the afternoon at Tate Modern, seeking out architectural shapes and people that appealed to me. I found myself looking more for abstract images among this former power station’s architectural lines. As I did so, I found several situations where including the human form added a sense of proportion and scale.
13 September 2018