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Repetition/Pattern

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Pattern is generated when points, lines, shapes and colours, etc. are repeated, creating a sense of uniformity over an area. Depending on the arrangement of visual elements, patterns can range from simple and easily recognisable to complex and obscure.

Effective patterns introduce predictability, which may be perceived as extending beyond the edges of a picture. Finding ways to disrupt a pattern can introduce a surprise element into an image.

This month, DIG members incorporated repetition and pattern into their photos.

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Chain
Source: http://www.morguefile.com
Photographer: Kevin Rosseel

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Margaret Barnett
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Barry Porter
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Pam Donnet
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Ian Chesterfield
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Joyce Pickup
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Marcia McRae
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Geoff Turton
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Diane Reddy
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Mary Blount
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Ken McRae
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Robin Ireland
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Mary Daly
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Marilyn Schell