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In order to create photography that captures and emphasizes these elements, you can choose to create up-close or wide-angle compositions for your images.

An up-close perspective allows you to use repetition to highlight a pattern’s details. An example can be the leaves on a flower or the feathers on a bird.

While a zoomed out, wide angle perspective allows you to see the pattern as it exists as a whole. Instead of one object with repetitive textures, this may be a group of objects that align together to form an intriguing pattern. An example could be stacked bricks or the tiles on a ceiling.

Pattern photography is not only created by using repetition. In fact, a large element of pattern photography is about breaking the repetition of an object.

Links for Patterns and Repetition

https://photographypro.com/patterns/

https://thehhub.com/2019/01/22/pattern-photography/

https://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/tips-for-using-patterns-in-photography/
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