3 Things You Can Do Now to Improve Your Compositions
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. It’s relatively easy to master the basics of the camera, but those aren’t what make our photographs more compelling or more captivating. It’s not really buttons and dials that make images that cause people to react. What people respond to within the photograph are things like the decisions we make about what goes where, which moments we choose, and how the elements within a scene relate to each other.
“There’s a whole language to photography and it’s that language that many photographers take way too long to learn, bound by rules and platitudes.”
Take a few moments to consider this video and the three things you can do now to begin changing your compositions for the better, the stronger, the way less accidental. Then leave me a comment if you’ve got a moment – let me know what your big challenge is when you’re composing your photographs.
I’ll email you in a week and let you know when the third video is posted. See you then!
For the Love of the Photograph,