I am a huge fan of the Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies. They were very popular in the 2000s and their songs were creative, fun and edgy. They also came up with a children’s album called Snacktime and it was a blockbuster hit. Now you must be wondering what a music band has to do […]
Composing your images well is a fundamental idea behind capturing beautiful shots. There are many ways to use photography composition to add interest to your images. Balance in photography is one of these important examples of effective composition.
The most obvious elements of any photograph are the subject, the foreground, and the background. The light and the time it takes to create the photo are equally essential. In this article, I’ll be focusing on an ingredient which may be less obvious, sometimes even overlooked, but never absent: the frame.
Working with a single point of interest in a photo is one of the most basic forms of composition available. It’s quite a common occurrence and it pays to know what to do with it. A single point can provide interest to an otherwise plain photo. They’re usually fairly small and contrasting to the rest of the scene. A photo doesn’t need any points of interest to be successful though.