Composition Techniques 2

The Rule of Thirds has to be the most common and important composition technique that can improve your photos, but there are several other techniques that we’ll look at as well.

Again, your job is to TAKE GOOD PHOTOS. Don’t take lazy photos where you don’t know what you’re taking a photo of. That leads to my other repeated advice KNOW WHAT YOUR SUBJECT IS. What are you taking a photo of? If it’s not an interesting subject, PICK SOMETHING ELSE! People, animals, or even my action figures could make good subjects.

The new composition techniques you’ll demonstrate and explain are:

Leading/Disappearing Lines

Framing Your Subject


Here’s me with bad COVID hair giving some bad examples of the techniques. For better examples, click those links above…

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