Been a tough and intense week, but I still need to end it with a weekly video.
This week I'll talk about Gestalt theory, which overall is a quite misunderstood theory, and generally leads to quite wrong assumptions on how you can use it in your images. Fun fact : it's everywhere. Second fun fact : most people are unaware of it. Third fun fact (!) : once you notice it, your images do get much better.
So in this video I roughly explain : what is Gestalt theory, why it matters, and above all how to use it through 5 of the most common examples.
In composition, everything is about perception. If you don't perceive things, you can't compose anything.
I hope this video will put a bit of mindfulness on this perception issue.
Please share the video around if you feel like it was useful for you and could be useful for your archviz pals.
Have a great week-end!