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Creative Photography Composition Angle Lighting Lens
COMPOSITION: Framing Frame your subject HORIZONAL, VERTICAL, or TILTED.
COMPOSITION: Cropping Crop your subject 1/3, 2/3, or 3/3. Try cropping for details.
COMPOSITION: Rule of Thirds Rule of Thirds: Place your subject on the LEFT or RIGHT, TOP or BOTTOM third, or on a HOT SPOT where the 1/3 lines cross.
Rule of Thirds
ANGLE: Look at your subject from FRONT, BACK, LEFT and RIGHT
ANGLE: Look at your subject from LOW, NORMAL, and HIGH angles.
ANGLE: Look for the best for BACKGROUND, LIGHTING, & SUBJECT.
LIGHTING: Direct Sunlight Direct Sunlight: Sun in front of subject Direct light can create harsh shadows
LIGHTING: Shade Shade: Sun blocked to create shade
LIGHTING: Backlight Backlight: Sun behind subject Try using flash with backlight to prevent dark silhouette
LIGHTING: Diffused Light Diffused light: Sunlight softened by clouds (or sheet, etc.) Sunrise/set softened by atmosphere
LIGHTING: Direct sunlight, Shade, Backlight, Diffused
LIGHTING: TIME OF DAY TIME OF DAY: What are the best times of day for your subject area?
LENS Wide-Angle Telephoto Distance
LENS: Wide-Angle Wide-Angle Lens provides a wide views, shows more background & expands subject area
LENS: Telephoto Telephoto lens provides a narrow view, shows less background & compresses subject area
LENS: Distance Try different distances from the subject using different lenses. (Zoom lens in for wide angle and out for telephoto.)
Creative Photography Composition Angle Lighting Lens …then PHOTOSHOP!
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