Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Photography : Photo Composition

I found this useful to me therefore I'm driven to share with you guys. Neither you are professional nor a beginner this can be so forgetful, confuse and taken lightly. Nevertheless photography is subjective. Definition of great photo seldom judge with different aspect. "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder"

Taken from Dallas Photworks : 12 Steps to have great photo composition
  1. Frame it - Utilize the the Rule Of Thirds view point. It creates balance and bring forward the subject
  2. Add Detail - Use prop at depends. If possible play with contrast colors as well.
  3. Try Unique perspective - Anyone can snap a photo at eye level,snapshot. Be at any position available. People want to see a different side of the picture.
  4. Think & Snap - Walk the perimeter is very important. Don't be stationary. Think about the behavior, movement and angle of the subject.
  5. Rule of thirds - Not using this rule is a true sign of an amateur. Improvise while using it is how get better in photography, like using Golden Mean.
  6. Zoom in - "If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough." - Robert Capa
  7. Lines - It is like a road for your eyes. They are drawn by the lines to the subject and stories told.
  8. Tell stories - Includes small details to assist meaning of your photo. Photographers are storytellers.
* The rest you can read by browse through the link.
* Pictures taken from Flickr

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