Monday, November 26, 2012

Light by Jean-Marc Palisse

It must be really inspiring to work in these environments, when the models are pure beauty. And in this case, Mr. Palisse negates any secondary light sources to give emphasis on THE light source available. Which is a clever choice, as you can see, because you get contrast to define your space volumes and colour sharpness.

This makes it a good matter of interior design. One must get full awareness of the light sources available, be them natural or artificial. And by the act of simple observation, choose the best decor placement. Don't let a powerful colour fade out, steeped in shadow, for example. Get more after the jump.

Photography by Jean-Marc Palisse. Via Design Traveler.

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