Photo composition is a complicated subject. No matter their level of expertise, any photographer can spend years, if not a lifetime, working on their composition skills.
Most photographers can benefit by limiting their efforts to a group of concepts and mastering them before moving on to more advanced ideas.
This guide teaches you about the Big Three.
The big three are three tools of composition that you should master first. They include focal points, leading lines, and frames.
In this guide, you will learn…
- What is a focal point?
- What creates a focal point?
- How does a focal point work in a photo composition?
- What creates a poorly executed focal point?
- What is a leading line?
- How do leading lines work in a photo composition?
- What not to do with leading lines
- What is a frame?
- How is a frame effective in composition?
- Recognizing a good frame in a scene versus a not-so-good one
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