Making Images that Connect
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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” bottom_padding=”20px”]If you’re in a rut or you’re worried your compositions are too safe and maybe a little boring, if you know you can do better but don’t know where to begin, give me a chance to give you some hope about making more captivating photographs: photographs that connect!
All of us want to make better photographs, and for most of us that’s not something we were born with. But the visual language that’s responsible for making stronger photographs is something you can learn.
“Composition is everything. You can have all the gear – or all the vision – in the world, but it’s composition alone that gets you to the more powerful photographs, the ones that connect and stir something in people.”
Take a few minutes to watch this video; I think you’ll see the challenges we all face are pretty common – and they can be overcome!
In the next two weeks I’ve got two more videos coming about seeing better and making stronger compositions, and I’ll email you as soon as they’re up; in the meantime would you leave a comment and let me know what’s your biggest challenge with learning composition and making stronger photographs? Thanks!
For the Love of the Photograph,