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Taking Better Pictures. By Vanessa Ogibowski. Composition. Get in Closer to the Subject. Composition. Get in Closer to the Subject. Simplify, Simplify, Simplify. Get rid of Clutter. Simplify, Simplify, Simplify. Get rid of Clutter. Move Subject off Center.

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taking better pictures
Taking Better Pictures

By Vanessa Ogibowski

composition
Composition
  • Get in Closer to the Subject
composition1
Composition
  • Get in Closer to the Subject
move subject off center
Move Subject off Center
  • Move subject to left or right of center
move subject off center1
Move Subject off Center
  • Move subject to left or right of center
different angles
Different Angles
  • Try interesting angles – low, high, bird’s eye-view, etc.
different angles1
Different Angles
  • Try interesting angles – low, high, bird’s eye-view, etc.
framing the subject
Framing the Subject
  • Use natural lines, branches, etc. to frame subject
framing the subject1
Framing the Subject
  • Use natural lines, branches, etc. to frame subject
time of day
Time of Day
  • Best time of day for lighting is sunrise and sundown
time of day1
Time of Day
  • Best time of day for lighting is sunrise and sundown
position of the light
Position of the Light:
  • Change your position so that light and shadows are more interesting – not flat lighting
combination of light and shadow
Combination of Light and Shadow
  • Contrast between light and shadow makes for an interesting photo
correct exposure
Correct Exposure
  • Use exposure compensation to properly expose for the subject –try several shots
background
Background
  • Create a less distracting background
bibliography
Bibliography

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