- To help you improve upon your current photography skills, and to alert you of standard techniques and to apply them in practice.
By the end of this session you should:
- Be aware of some of the key photography rules
- Be able to apply these rules to your own photos
- Hopefully take nicer photographs.
What makes these following images stand out:
The thing which makes images stand out from others is that they have a good composition, a photo's composition can be broken down to rules:
- Rule of Thirds
Might seem obvious, but keeping prominent parts of the image in focus:
Rule of Thirds:
The golden rule of thirds, keep areas of interest at every third of the image.
Another technique to gain interest in key areas of a photo. Use lines to guide the viewers eyes to key areas of the image. (below the path attracts the viewers eyes to the rider)
Leaving too little or too much space around an object. (below the object is to small compared to its surroundings, doesn't attract your eye's attention)
Top 10 Photography Composition rules:
Rules of photo composition:
Please feel free to leave comments if you require any further information in certain areas.