Tag Archives: Composition

Are You Making These Composition Mistakes?

I see photographers making these five common composition mistakes all the time. It’s part of the learning process and every photographer works their way through it. What common composition mistakes do you see photographers make? Let us know in the … Continue reading

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Composition in Photography

In this article, I will cover a core concept in photography that is neglected by a surprising amount of photographers. Photography is a wonderful mixture of science and art. The science part can be intriguing and is an important aspect but … Continue reading

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5 Things You Should Know About Composition

Composition is an interesting aspect of photography because there are no absolutes. It’s mostly opinion. Compose an image a certain way and some people will like it, some people won’t. You can argue for hours about why a photo works, … Continue reading

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Useful Composition Tips for Aspiring Macro Photographers

When viewing images, do you notice that close-up shots evoke a feeling of intimacy more than those taken at a distance? It’s the fact that they were taken at close range to the photographer that creates this effect. Photo by … Continue reading

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3 Simple Tips to Help You Master Photography Composition [video]

The post 3 Simple Tips to Help You Master Photography Composition appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk. In this video, Nigel Danson shares three simple photography tips to help you master photography composition. He … Continue reading

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3 Tips for Middle Line Photography Composition

Some photographers, especially those who have been in the field just for a few years, have been hard-coded to follow the rule of thirds. They totally refrain from composing with the subject in the middle of the frame. But in fact, … Continue reading

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Ways to Improve Your Wildlife Photography Composition

Composition in nature photography comes easy to some, but many new photographers struggle to find their balance. This is especially true where wildlife is concerned. There is a bit of false wisdom that says: “You should never put your animal … Continue reading

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8 Tips to Help Find the Subject for Your Composition

Do you find it difficult to take photos which hold people’s attention? In our digital societies where image sharing is prolific, it is challenging to have people really take time to look at your prized photos. Image composition is key … Continue reading

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Top 10 Composition Tips in Photography

Photography is all about composition. If you can’t compose an image, you can’t take photos. That’s the bottom line. This is where your photography journey starts as a beginner. Learning to place the elements in the photo is natural for … Continue reading

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Landscape Photography: 9 Composition Tips

Composition can make or break any photograph. It doesn’t matter what camera, lens, or technique you’re using. If the composition isn’t able to tell a story or invoke some kind of feeling to the viewer, it cannot be considered a … Continue reading

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Rules of Composition

With the advent of the mobile phone and tablet, everyone seems to be taking photographs. And all many people want is a record of a holiday or family event or a special moment in their lives to share with their … Continue reading

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Composition Checklist for Beginners

At a recent meetup with several photographers, during a discussion on composition, one of the beginners commented: “Why isn’t there a composition checklist for all the things we need to think about?” It was a good question and was the … Continue reading

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