Advanced Composition. What makes a good photograph? They need to have impact! It is more than just having on object in the technically correct place in the photo. Pictures need to have a purpose! They need to convey a feeling, story, memory…..purpose.
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They need to have impact!
It is more than just having on object in the technically correct place in the photo.
Pictures need to have a purpose!
They need to convey a feeling, story, memory…..purpose.
Too often we point and shoot an hope for the best…you need to start thing “Why am I taking this picture?”
A good photo starts when you get the feeling that you need to take a picture and capture “that thing”
Ask yourself what is it that caught my eye?
A viewer will simply move on to the next image if they can’t identify what the point is.
This is the easy part! Take the picture- make sure exposure and color (WB) are okay and push the button.
What is the structure of this image?
This photo, like all good photos, is about shapes, colors and balances. It has nothing to do with the fact that the actual subject was an abandoned, burnt-out bathhouse with no roof.
Tip: If an image catches your attention as a thumbnail, where you cannot see the details, it is probably a strong image with good structure.
If it doesn’t make you want to click on it, well…….
Composition: Simplify and Exclude
Strong subject with purpose
Simplify and Exclude
Burning & Dodging