Composition, the Elements and Techniques
Over the next several weeks I will be sharing what I've learned and have taught over the years with the elements and techniques used by artists and masters of the past and present.
So stay tuned if you'd like to create more powerful photography and take it to the next level.
Below is a short prologue of things to come. Enjoy!
Composition, The Elements and Techniques to Create Outstanding Photography.
Compositional elements are included for your photographic toolbox with superior and proven techniques for outstanding photography.
You have to know the rules before you can break the rules!
During the next several weeks there will be a compilation of my favorite elements of composition designed to strengthen and make your photography more powerful. Many of these techniques are and were being used by the master painters and artists of the years past and present.
It is not my intent to provide a complete resource of the elements of composition, but rather a guide of what works for me, and others I’ve learned from and have taught. Photography and art for that matter is so subjective, not everything I’ve listed and explained will be agreed upon by everyone, and that’s fine. I feel that it would be impossible to do so.
My main goal with this series is to not be too technical or “artsy”, only wishing to add to or improve on compositional tools in your photographic tool box.
Again, included will be simple elements and techniques which I’ve learned, shared and used through the years. They are a collection of proven strategies and techniques that will allow your photographs to have more power and be more pleasing to the viewer through the use of superior composition skills.
Keywords: Composition, capture, color, framing, leading lines, patterns, photo, photograph, photography, picture, rule of thirds, rules, symmetry, technique
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