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Composition 2.0

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Lydia Brooks

on 18 October 2017

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Transcript of Composition 2.0

Composition
Rule of Thirds
An image should be imagined as divided into thirds (horizontally & vertically). Important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections
Aligning a subject with these points creates more tension, energy and interest in the composition than simply centering the subject would.
Leading Lines
Leads the eye from the foreground to the background
Fill the Frame
Photography is an art of selection rather than invention
Frame = edges of the photo
Pattern
Uniform pattern
Interrupted pattern
Symmetry
Image is mirrored either side to side or top to bottom (doesn't have to be exact)
Framing
Use objects in the foreground or the background to to bring focus to the main subject and add depth to the entire photo.
Vantage Point
Low Vantage Point
High Vantage Point
A photo shot from a different position than a person's general eye level
(Bird's eye view)
(Worm's eye view)
Non-Distracting Backgrounds
Simple Background
Busy background (made non-distracting by shallow DOF)
Try to avoid situations like this:
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