Light And Earth: The Nude Photography of Lucien Clergue: Lucien_CLERGUE-1-2-3-4-5-6-7.jpg

Light And Earth: The Nude Photography of Lucien Clergue

Light And Earth: The Nude Photography of Lucien Clergue: Lucien_CLERGUE-1-2-3-4-5-6-7.jpg

Lucien Clergue, Dressed in light, Santa Barbara, U.S.A, 2002

Lucien Clergue, Dressed in light, Santa Barbara, U.S.A, 2002

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Ombres et lumière - Lucien Clergue, Andree in New York, 1987

Juxtapoz Magazine - Light And Earth: The Nude Photography of Lucien Clergue

Light And Earth: The Nude Photography of Lucien Clergue

FONTAINE DU GRAND PALAIS, PARIS, 1962  CLERGUE, LUCIEN (Born 1934)     [      CLERGUE, LUCIEN (Born 1934)     [+]

FONTAINE DU GRAND PALAIS, PARIS, 1962 CLERGUE, LUCIEN (Born 1934) [ CLERGUE, LUCIEN (Born 1934) [+]

Its your curves that create the highs in my heartline

Light And Earth: The Nude Photography of Lucien Clergue


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This example of photo manipulation is effective because the many cut outs of the same women's face creates movement within the image. It also creates line that draws the viewers eyes to the woman herself. I like that she is a little bit off center because it follows the rule of thirds and allows the image to be more visually interesting.

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