The Nude as abstract - from 'New Encyclopedia of Photography' - Mark Edwards, 1985

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When taking still-life or portrait photographs, there are certain conventions that are nearly always adhered to. Lighting, for example, is usually arranged so that one shadow only is cast and the effect will, in general, suggest daylight; extreme wide-angle or telephoto lenses are not often used because they distort the subject. All these conventions can be put aside when photographing the nude as an abstract form.

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