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Painters discovered that the inclusion of an s-shaped curve in their composition added a sense of movement to an otherwise static image. The s-shape is aesthetically pleasing and is capable of standing on its own in an image. Show us an image where the "S" curve serves as the primary focus of your image.
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Saturday, 10th April, 2010 (GMT)
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