Part of learning to see, and improving the composition of your photos, is training yourself to see the subject in abstract terms. After the camera the photographer’s most important tool is the eye for a photo. We all want to create, powerful, dramatic and impactful images. But we can’t get there without an understanding of the fundamentals of composition.
Can’t find a subject to photograph? Try these 5 photography ideas to get some inspiration to get out there and do some photography. No need to travel far, you can do these right near home.
How you compose your photographs can make or break your image, or be the difference between a pretty snapshot and a work of art. In this article we give you some photography ideas for how to use the element of framing to create stronger images.
In this article learn how time of day plays a big factor on your images. See how the time affects lighting dramatically on two different scenes shot throughout the day at different hours. Take this information and apply it to your own photography to help you take better photos and get the mood you want in your images.
Composition can make or break your images. Do it right and you have a stunner. Get it wrong and you have an image that lacks punch and interest. We don’t want that. When looking at ways to compose your shot, you’ll generate more photography ideas too. Here are 3 tips to help you compose images that don’t suck!