This video is an extremely clever demonstration 10 basic photography composition tips based on the work of photographer Steve McCurry.
With everyone owning a smart phone capable of capturing high-quality images, knowing your photography basics can be the foundation on which you can build your own personal stock photography library for use in your role as a communications professional.
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10 Photography Composition Tips
- The Rule of Thirds – Divide the photo into thirds. Place points of interest on intersections & position important elements along the lines
- Leading Lines – Use natural lines to lead the eye into the picture
- Diagonals – Diagonal lines create great movement
- Framing – Use natural frames like windows and doors
- Figure to the ground – Find a contrast between subject and background
- Fill the frame – Get close to your subjects
- Center dominant eye – Place the dominant eye in the center of the photo. This gives the impression the eye follows you
- Patterns and repetition – Patterns are aesthetically pleasing but the best is when the pattern is interrupted
- Symmetry – Symmetry is pleasing to the eye
- Rules are meant to be broken
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