PETER KEETMAN (*1916-2005). VW-Werk, vordere Abschluß-Bleche / VW-factory, front cover plates, 1953. gelatin silver print, printed later. 36 x 30,4 cm © Estate of Peter Keetman/F.C. Gundlach Foundation

PETER KEETMAN (*1916-2005). VW-Werk, vordere Abschluß-Bleche / VW-factory, front cover plates, 1953. gelatin silver print, printed later. 36 x 30,4 cm © Estate of Peter Keetman/F.C. Gundlach Foundation

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Bill Brandt  Only the feet of the model are visible - foreshortening means that the body is completely hidden and gives the impression that the room is filled by two gigantic feet.  How has the photographer used light and shadow to help make the feet look so large?

Bill Brandt Only the feet of the model are visible - foreshortening means that the body is completely hidden and gives the impression that the room is filled by two gigantic feet. How has the photographer used light and shadow to help make the feet look so large?

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© Peter Keetman, 1958, Rohre (Pipes) Peter Keetman was one of the founder-members of the Fotoform group in 1949 with Otto Steinert and others. His preference for black and white enhanced his strong designs, often based around the effects of light on the subject.

© Peter Keetman, 1958, Rohre (Pipes) Peter Keetman was one of the founder-members of the Fotoform group in 1949 with Otto Steinert and others. His preference for black and white enhanced his strong designs, often based around the effects of light on the subject.

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This photo is from Karl Hugo Schmolz  I like this photo it is a good example of one of the rules of composition being leading lines

This photo is from Karl Hugo Schmolz I like this photo it is a good example of one of the rules of composition being leading lines

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