Mastering The Art Of Composition – Part Five

What Is Compositional Balance? Balance is a compositional tool which often works in tandem with the centre of interest. When we talk about balance, we often think of two objects the same size. For instance, two people the same size and shape, sitting on either side of the frame, would be considered balanced. Balanced...

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Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Four

Where Do You Place The Horizon? Most of us tend to think of the horizon as a line evenly between the sky and the land. Standing out in the middle of a salt flat, there’s no doubt this is the case as the horizon will nicely bisect our vista. However, when you look at...

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Cropping strengthens the remaining centre of interest. Post-production has enhanced the tree as the centre of interest. The small tree is strong enough to 'balance' the large area of grass in the bottom of the frame.

Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Three

Where Is Your Center On Interest With an understanding of our frame, about what we put around our photograph, we can now look at composition more specifically. Composition is the arrangement of elements in a photograph. Some elements are more important than others and the important ones can be considered as ‘centres of interest’....

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Mastering The Art Of Composition – Part Five

What Is Compositional Balance? Balance is a compositional tool which often works in tandem with the centre of interest. When we talk about balance, we often think of two objects the same size. For instance, two people the same size and shape, sitting on either side of the frame, would be considered balanced. Balanced...

Read more

Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Four

Where Do You Place The Horizon? Most of us tend to think of the horizon as a line evenly between the sky and the land. Standing out in the middle of a salt flat, there’s no doubt this is the case as the horizon will nicely bisect our vista. However, when you look at...

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Cropping strengthens the remaining centre of interest. Post-production has enhanced the tree as the centre of interest. The small tree is strong enough to 'balance' the large area of grass in the bottom of the frame.

Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Three

Where Is Your Center On Interest With an understanding of our frame, about what we put around our photograph, we can now look at composition more specifically. Composition is the arrangement of elements in a photograph. Some elements are more important than others and the important ones can be considered as ‘centres of interest’....

Read more

Black & White Conversion In Lightroom – PXL Print Series

Using Lightroom To Do Black and White Conversion Black and white photography has been around forever. Today’s modern cameras shoot primarily in color. There are some cameras like Fuji that allow you to emulate black and white using film effects that you set on the camera. For the most part, though, today we convert...

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This is the final image at 100% zoom in Photoshop and cropped to 2K x 2K in size.

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Mastering The Art Of Composition – Part Five

What Is Compositional Balance? Balance is a compositional tool which often works in tandem...

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Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Four

Where Do You Place The Horizon? Most of us tend to think of the...

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Cropping strengthens the remaining centre of interest. Post-production has enhanced the tree as the centre of interest. The small tree is strong enough to 'balance' the large area of grass in the bottom of the frame.

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Mastering The Art Of Composition – Part Five

What Is Compositional Balance? Balance is a compositional tool which often works in tandem...

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Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Four

Where Do You Place The Horizon? Most of us tend to think of the...

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Cropping strengthens the remaining centre of interest. Post-production has enhanced the tree as the centre of interest. The small tree is strong enough to 'balance' the large area of grass in the bottom of the frame.

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Where Is Your Center On Interest With an understanding of our frame, about what...

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Mastering The Art Of Composition – Part Five

What Is Compositional Balance? Balance is a compositional tool which often works in tandem...

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Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Four

Where Do You Place The Horizon? Most of us tend to think of the...

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Cropping strengthens the remaining centre of interest. Post-production has enhanced the tree as the centre of interest. The small tree is strong enough to 'balance' the large area of grass in the bottom of the frame.

Mastering The Art Of Photographic Composition – Part Three

Where Is Your Center On Interest With an understanding of our frame, about what...

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