Sometimes More is More

Less can often be more but with this picture I reckoned a bit more would be the best kind of more. It's the Intercontinental Hotel in Yokohama, a shot I took the other day when I was down there for the Elliot Irwitt talk.

I originally framed it at the bottom with lots of space but obviously in the rectangular frame of my Nikon.

Cropped it to a square, flipped and rotated and added to itself.

It's given me an idea for a book jacket design and for a few more photos too.

The Gear etc

Nikon D700
Loreo 'Lens in a Cap' pinhole lens for DSLR
Cropped to a square and cross-processed in Photoshop.

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