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Photography Tutorials — Composition

Photography » Composition — about 7 years ago
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Knowing where to place the various elements in your images is basic to great composition and unless you can master this your images will be average. A great photo is a result of a great composition.
Photography » Composition — about 7 years ago
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Techniques like depth-of-field control, slow shutter speed effects or motion freeze are all interesting but they only compliment one of the core concepts of photography which is closer to art: composition.
Photography » Composition — about 7 years ago
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One of the ways you can improve composition of a photo is by making use of leading lines. These lines basically guide the viewer through your photo, making them explore the image. Furthermore, they create depth and add perspective to the scene. Lastly, these lines bind the foreground with the background gracefully. In this article we’ll learn what is a leading line, where to find them and how to use them successfully in your photos.
Photography » Composition — over 7 years ago
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Composition can simply be defined as how elements are arranged in a photo. You can choose to stand far away or move close up. You decide what type of lens to use. The basic skills of composition can be learned and practiced, and this tutorial is meant to add some tools to your arsenal, because compositional elements are just that, tools.
Photography » Composition — over 7 years ago
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This is our simple, thirteen step introduction to the world of beach and coastal photography, which can be an extremely varied and rewarding activity. Seasonal changes transform these natural locations from colourful postcard views to brooding winter scenes in a matter of months, but whatever the season, there’s always something to capture!
Photography » Composition — over 7 years ago
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Texture can be formed by surface irregularities, like the surface of an old brick or by small forms that reside on a surface, like that found on a pile of coins. This article will cover three of the most common forms of texture photography — texture used to enhance detail, drama, or information.
Photography » Composition — over 7 years ago
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This should be one of the most obvious things in an image yet many people have absolutely no idea as to where it should go. Most people take their subject and place it slap bang in the middle thinking that is the right place to go. How wrong can you get? This article will help you place your subject properly.
Photography » Composition — over 7 years ago
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Photography is all about composition. If you can’t compose an image you can’t take photos. That’s the bottom line. This is where your photography journey starts as a beginner. Learning to place the elements in the photo is natural for some but for the rest of us we have to learn.
Photography » Composition — over 7 years ago
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Taking great landscape pictures can seem so easy compared to shooting action photography or taking pictures of children or animals. However, any photographer that’s lugged their equipment to the top of a beautiful vista only to end up with sub-par photos can tell you that there’s a lot more to great landscape photography than simply showing up.
Photography » Composition — over 7 years ago
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A very powerful method of improving the composition of photos is the use of lines. Properly used, lines can significantly increase the impact of images. Lines serve to affect photographic composition in two ways. First, they serve to create a mood. Second, they lead the eye through the photograph.
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