Remember: Be sure to have a look into this iconic photograph before you upload your own ‘Rhein II’ inspired pictures.
Andreas Gursky’s ‘Rhein II’ became famous for being the most expensive photograph ever sold when it was auctioned in 2011 for an unprecedented £2.7 million. The striking simplicity of the photo, achieved by the photographer removing all extra details (dog walkers, etc) during post-processing, leaves nothing but the straight, clean lines of the famous river and its surroundings.
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