- March 26th, 2011
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Over at Chase Guttman’s blog, he’s gone through how to compose your images for the best photographic composition. It’s a excellent resource for taking your photography to the next level. Although there are 10 rules here, from my personal point of view, the rule of thirds is the most powerful, an easiest to implement.I’ve marked this post as a “Medium” level, because some of the terms may be beyond novice photographers – if that’s the case, please post a reply, and I’ll expand on an sections that may be a problem.
Composition- Composition is the process of visually organizing the essential elements of your image through the unique framing of your camera. Composition serves as an anchor for the eyes of your viewer as they scan an image, and therefore it is probably the most crucial tool a photographer can use to tell a story. A well composed image is measured by its ability to convey the photographer’s message. Even though many professional photographers utilize the basic rules outlined below, the following are simply guidelines. For amateurs, these guidelines are important, until that is they understand when to break them. Read more