Posts Tagged ‘composition’

Lesson 17: Lines – Part 2: Vertical and Diagonal

Vertical lines have the ability to give a variety of different moods in a photograph ranging from power and strength to growth. As horizontal lines can be accentuated by shooting in horizontal format vertical lines can be used very effectively by swapping the way you hold your camera into a vertical framing. This lengthens the […]

Lesson 16: Lines – Part 1: Horizontal

When considering the composition of an image one of the elements that photographers look for are ‘Lines’. The lines that can be found in images are very powerful elements that with a little practice can add dynamic impact to a photo in terms of mood as well as how they lead an image’s viewer into […]

Lesson 15: Rule Of Thirds

The rule of thirds is one of the most basic composition guidelines in photography. The rule of thirds makes use of a natural tendency of the human eye to be more strongly drawn towards certain parts of an image. The rule states that an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by […]