#figurefridaychallenge - Shapes

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For this week, the topic is Shapes.

Shapes are all around us but rarely something that's acknowledged when the photography is centered around a particular subject matter. So how do you include the concept of shapes in figure photography. Is it detailing the lines of the figure itself? Are there elements around it that can complement the figure. Do these shapes add effect or in it of itself, tell a story?

Have fun! Get creative! Tag it ‪#‎figurefridaychallenge‬!

Last week's favorite: Naoe Kanetsugu
Photo Credit: Sengoku Nadeko shot by awesomeinfigure.
Photo Note: I was looking around for something heart related since Valentine's Day just passed by but everything was either way too photoshopped or had too many words on it. Awesomeinfigure's Nadeko had that great feel for creating real, physical shapes out of origami.

Remember that the #figurefridaychallenge interpretation is all up to you. Figure out how you can match the topic and show us your photos! :)

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anime, manga and figures, though not necessarily in that order. I'm mainly on Google+: http://goo.gl/G1Yce
United States · zashiki warashi · http://goo.gl/G1Yce