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Quality of images This presentation is not a question of right or wrong Beautiful or ugly. But some simple guidelines to take a good picture.
Detail No photos can hold the whole truth Therefore it is important to find details that can hold the rest of reality. This section of a bicycle offers fine the rest of the cycle
Here is another example in addition to rich colours perfectly fine offers the atmosphere, which is at a port berth. You can not call a child of a detail. But the picture shows a good segment of a human This snapshot is emotionally telling a good story.
Simplicity The more elements in your photo make it more difficult it to get through with your message. This image is quite minimalistic. Could also be used the advertising industry With its simplicity and beauty aesthetics.
Lines In order to "cheat" the eye to sense the depth there is in the picture lines are a good tool.
This picture shows clearly how easy Lines in a photo creates depth in the picture. When a car, a train or a bicycle photographed in a curve gives the picture more life.
Frame Blast Every picture is characterized by a frame. This limits the story you want to tell. Here, it appears, how the frame is broken.
Perspective It goes without saying that there will be more life in a picture if you change the perspective. Lines and depth have other dimensions if you take his photograph from new and unexpected angles.
Taking the picture from below and up, it is called worns eye view. The second way from up to down is called a bird's eye view.
Third Second Rule The thirdhelps rule means to compose the picture, if one divides his picture in thirds, you can move around in the subject areas so the picture is more vibrant.
Summary All images are subjective and consist of a choice as the photographer is making. So nothing is right or wrong. But telling the story in its own way but if the viewer must "understand" the message, you may make you think about how you compose your picture. These guidelines should be a help to do this.