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Lessons on Composition: Part IComposition part 1 by shiwlofLessons on Composition: Part I by treehousesociety
Finding a photo within a photo, so all the textbooks say.. and the manuals, etc. Most really great pictures have one thing in common. They are well composed. There's a balance to it. There's just one thing that makes you want to stare at it forever. Which is very true, but not always... composition is a very fluid term if you ask me. For one look at most of my shots... the composition is never really spot-on... but that is my plan. I like shifting focus on the subject, but at the same time bring the attention of the viewer to something else maybe.
So after discovering myself that my composition was lacking... I did a bit of research, well a lot of research. And what you will read here is my summary of a lot of what I have learnt. In many cases it won't be my own words even, I will be using a lot of different influences in putting this together. So here goes...
a. The combining of distinct parts or element