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Ten Composition Tips

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jon ginnity

on 29 April 2011

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Transcript of Ten Composition Tips

Ten Composition Tips for Design Capture Relative Size This is me and my new son John.
This picture demonstrates relative
size well. Use the Two Thirds Rule 1 2 3 The interesting parts of this picture are
not in the middle. Consider Your Background Nice bird + cluttered background = Distraction. Zoom In Close up images focus attention. Capture Depth Foreground object gives reference for distance and size. Caputre Color Contrast Color contrast captures attention. Use Lighting Interesting lighting creates contrasts and depth.
Capture Natural Poses Capturing natural events is interesting. Find Frames These rocks do an excellent job of
framing the ocean and sky in this
picture. Use Texture The water on the surface of the
plant creates texture and interest. by John Ginnity
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