Top Photography Guidelines


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These photography guidelines might help you more convincing photos, providing them a natural balance, drawing attention to the significant parts of the scene, or leading the viewer's eye through the image.


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RULE OF THIRDS You should place the most significant features in your scene along these outlines or at the points where they interconnect. BALANCING ELEMENTS You must balance the "weight" of your subject by adding another object of les ser significance to fill the space.

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LEADING LINES In thinking about how you place lines in your composition you can affect the way we view the image pulling us into the picture towards the subject or on a journey "through" the scene. SYMMETRY AND PATTERNS One more best approach to use them is to break the symmetry or pattern in some way presenting tension and a focal point to the scene.

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VIEWPOINT Our viewpoint has a great influence on the composition of our photograph an d consequently it can seriously affect the message that the shot conveys. BACKGROUND Go searching for a plain and inconspicuous background and comprise your shot so that it does not distract or diminish from the focus.

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DEPTH Since photography is a two dimensional medium we have to select our arrangement sensibly to convey the sense of depth that was present in the real scene. FRAMING By placing these around the edge of the composition you help to isolate the main subject from the outside world. The result is a more focused image which draws your eye naturally to the main point of interest.

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CROPPING By cropping tight around the subject you remove the background "noise" guaranteeing the subject gets the viewers complete Attention. EXPERIMENTATION Experiment with your composition - you never know whether an idea will work until you try it.

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