Composition Techniques To Enhance Your Images

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

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How To Break The Rules Of Photography Composition For Creative Results

Breaking the rules of photography composition can, in fact, lead to creative results, if done properly. The rules of photography and photographic composition are not very strict. There are no penalties for doing it ‘wrong’. Technical purists might tell you otherwise. I am more inclined to teach creative expression rather

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How To Use Vanishing Points In Photography Composition

Vanishing points can enhance your images and improve your composition. It takes time to master the concept. However, the vanishing point is an effective tool to lead the viewers’ eyes and add interest to your photographs. WHAT IS A VANISHING POINT? A vanishing point is a compositional tool that originates

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Basic Principles Of Design And Composition: The Difference Between Repetition & Pattern And How Rhythm Is Related To It

Repetition in photography and pattern in photography are two fundamental principles of composition. With careful use of repetition or pattern, you can draw the viewer straight into your images – and keep them engaged for minutes, even hours. So if you’re ready to learn how to take your compositions to

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Use Of Frames In Photography And How Is It Related To Composition

Framing is often used to make paintings and printed photographs stand out in a home. But what is framing in photography? How is it related to photographic composition? And will knowing the framing definition help you improve your work? FRAMING IN PHOTOGRAPHY DEFINITION: In photography, composition and lighting are everything.

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Basic Principles Of Design And Composition: 5 Tips To Create Depth In Landscape Photography

Would you like to create powerful landscape photos that make the viewer feel immersed in the scene? Of course you would. Chances are, all the most memorable landscape photos you’ve seen make you feel part of the landscape, as if you could just step into the photo. One of the

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12 Unusual And Exciting Composition Ideas For Totally Unique Photography

Photography composition is often taught as a set of rules. But following the rules of composition, all the time can result in unimaginative images. This article gives you twelve unusual and interesting composition ideas to inspire you to be more adventurous. Create A Ruleless Crop Good photography composition does not

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Rules Of Composition – Weight Balance

As keen photographers, we are always looking for the best compositions and balance in our photography. These are important photography rules for composing your images well and creating something visually stunning. Weight or balance are the terms given to compositional elements within your scene, and the visual impact they have.

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Vantage Points: Vantage Point In Photography Composition And It’s Types

In this article, you’re going to learn all about vantage points in photography – including what it actually is, plus tips and tricks for great results. I’ll also include plenty of vantage point photography examples; that way, you’re able to understand exactly how different vantage points impact your images, and

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Family Portraits: 12 Composition Tips To Create Awesome Family Portraits

Composition for family portraits might look like a bunch of rules at first, but don’t get overwhelmed. With a bit of practice it will start to be fun in no time. To help you start on this subject, I am sharing with you my favourite composition tips and family picture

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Composition – The Basics Of Photography By Tony Gale

Tony Gale is an award winning portrait photographer shooting for a range of advertising, editorial and corporate clients. Tony was raised in Bellingham, Washington (90 miles north of Seattle) and spent most of his time as a child exploring the woods behind his parents’ house. At 19 after visiting Bruce

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