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Photo Composition Mastery!

New! Revised and expanded edition!

Artisitc composition is where the rubber meets the road…it’s the difference between a snapshot and a photograph you would be proud to hang on the wall!

Here’s the table of contents to show you a bit of what is covered:

Introduction

The Fastest Way To Master Your Camera

Light…

Make Your Own Softboxes

3 Steps to Stunning Photography!

Elements Of Composition

Composition Defined

Framing Elements

Cultural/Psychological Positioning

Physical Positioning

Visual Framing

Vignette

Shape

Size

Space

Mood

Diagonals

Symmetry/Asymmetry

Shoot From A Unique Vantage Point

Directing The Eye

Leading Lines

Horizontal, Vertical And Diagonal Leading Lines

Photo Exercise 1

The Rule Of Thirds

The Bull’s Eye

The Power Points

The Power Lines

Breaking The Rules

Photo Exercise 2

Additional Photo Training

Leading Lines – Leading lines are photo elements that will draw the viewers eye into the photo (and keep it there). Plus, they direct attention to the main subject in the photo and make it “read” the way you envisioned it.

Diagonal Lines – Diagonal lines in a photo are powerful! If you want to denote power and dynamism in your photos, use diagonal lines.

The Rule Of Thirds – The old standby…the rule of thirds is probably the most well known compositional rule. We cover it to be complete. Who knows, maybe this is the first photo book you’ve read!

And more…And more…And more…

Between the text, sample photos and training exercises – this easy to understand volume will have you comfortable with all the photo composition concepts and shooting better photos in no time.

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