|What have you learned about the art of framing and composition?
there are too many rules and you dont have to listen to them all the time!
Left to right.
The biggest thing I've learned is to use the rule of thirds.
I learned that the rule of thirds applies both vertically and horizontally.
I like the idea of the power points.
It's obvious when an image does not follow the rule. It jumps right out at you!
It's good to know the traditional rules so you can use your "artistic license" to choose when to break them!
That you have to think outside of the box...
It's good to know the rules and then sometimes break them!
COMPOSITION is huge. I've seen work that has so much potential but is composed horribly, it is shame to see that. FRAMING is almost just as important as the image and same observation as before. There is nothing more frustrating to me than to see beautiful work that is sloppily framed.
I have learned that they are two of the most essential things in all forms of art and that altering them can greatly alter the image.
Too much to mention here.
This is a constant learning area, which makes photography even more exciting. Try to get unusual angles of ordinary things, think outside the box and being "dead on" with your subject. Just think differently, focus on detail instead of how much you can squeeze into a shot. Anything can make a good picture, it all depends on your framing and composition.
An inch can make all the difference.
enough to know that there are no rules, just techniques.
Make sure to shoot with a purpose so the person looking at the photo knows what the picture was intended to capture
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