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A good composition is essential to creating a remarkable shot. There are many composition tools that you can utilize to improve the composition of your photography. Leading lines is one such technique whereby the viewer's attention is drawn to the lines that lead directly to the main subject of the photograph. This post is a collection of some photographs that make great use of leading lines in their composition. As you will see, leading lines can be a wonderful composition tool when doing…
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I had in mind something to do with casting light through an object for today's photo. After looking around the house and trying various things I settled on these screws and nails.
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Decisive Moments: Why One Million Instagram Fans Follow Jason Peterson’s Black-and-White Photography
“In Chicago, on Randolph Street in the summer, the sun in, I think, July, lines up with all the cross streets. This is one where I see the light doing all kinds of things and have to stop and wait. And this guy lined up perfectly.” An iPhone 7 Plus photo. All photos © Jason Peterson Not always, but often enough, Jason Peterson’s photography is a waiting game. Until it isn’t.
This is one of the Cutlery Set series of images by Natalie Kinnear. It is a black and white, graphically linear, photographic image using interlocking fork prongs to create the design. www.nataliekinnearphotography.co.uk www.facebook.com/natkphoto
Leading lines in photography are one of the main compositional elements. Knowing how to use leading lines can improve your photos dramatically. #leadinglinesphotography #leadinglinesphotographytips #leadinglinesphotographyideas #leadinglinesphotographylandscape
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Learning how to achieve a sense of depth in your pictures is a great way to raise the standard of your photography, enabling you to convey scenes in a more compelling way.
‘Crumpled Books’ by Mark Douglas To see more visit www.duanereedgallery.com
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