Documentary Vs Artistic. Camera as extension of vision. Photo as canvas. Point of Interest or Focal Point. Lines as Subject. Vertical. Horizontal. Lines as Subject. Curvy. Diagonal. Shapes as Subject. Rectangular/square. Circle/oval. Shapes as Subject. Triangular. Multi-sided.
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Camera as extension of vision
Photo as canvas
Foreground, Middle Ground, Background
Leading lines moving from foreground to background
Foreshortening: Appearance of decrease in size
Repetition + visual tempo or beat = Rhythm
The Difference between lights and darks
Strong difference in size of elements
Tip #1 Include some Foreground
Tip #2 Include Leading Lines
Tip #3 Shoot during the golden hour
Tip #4 Change your point of view
Tip #5 Use framing
Tip #6 Dominant sky OR dominant ground
Tip #7 Find a focal point
Tip #10 Shoot A LOT of pictures!