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# Composition

Shoot like a pro using just a cell phone camera
by

## Jitto Titus

on 25 May 2016

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#### Transcript of Composition

Shoot like a Pro using just a cell phone camera
Do you like taking
Want to get a
positive reaction from
people who
You can learn to capture aesthetically pleasing photographs by using these 5 simple rules of composition
Rule of Thirds
Mentally divide up your image into equal parts using two horizontal lines and two vertical lines. Position your objects of interest along these lines or the intersecting points.
If you divide an image in half vertically or horizontally, the 'visual weight' of one half should balance the other.
Balancing Elements
Our eyes are naturally drawn along lines. We can strategically use lines to lead our attention to the object of interest.
Background
Be aware of the scene behind the subject. Look around for a plain and unobtrusive background and compose your shot so that it doesn't distract or detract from the subject.
Depth
Photos are two dimensional media. A sense of depth can be achieved even using a cellphone camera by simply including objects in the foreground, middle ground and background.
(with these simple rules in mind)
In capable hands, a camera phone
—the most widely used kind of camera in history—
can produce compelling images.

Credits and References:

Rules are based on the following article
:

Photos used
:
Lauren Lemon - http://instagram.com/laurenlemon
Belle Wang

Background music
:
Nico Pusch & Juliette Lucas - This Cross
https://soundcloud.com/search?q=nico%20pusch%20cross
Rule of Thirds
Example (a)
Rule of Thirds
Example (b)
Rule of Thirds
Example (c)
Rule of Thirds
Example (d)
Balancing Elements
Example (a)
Balancing Elements
Example (b)
Balancing Elements
Example (c)
Balancing Elements
Example (d)
Example (a)
Example (b)
Example (c)
Example (d)
Back
-ground
Example (a)
Back
-ground
Example (b)
Back
-ground
Example (c)
Back
-ground
Example (d)
Depth
Example (a)
Depth
Example (b)
Depth
Example (c)
Depth
Example (d)
All photos you see here were taken using a regular cell phone camera
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