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Central Composition Guide!

We learn time and time again about Rule of Thirds. When we first pick up a camera, it is natural to place the subject in the center. Once Rule of Thirds is learned, we grow accustomed to off-centre composition and … Continue reading

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What Is Negative Space?

With the main subject identified, it is time to focus on what is happening in the rest of the image. Negative space is the surrounding content of a scene, everything but the main subject in the frame. Learning to work … Continue reading

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Leading Lines In Photography!

In the same way an author draws a reader into a story, a photographer can draw a viewer into a photograph. Leading lines create a path for the viewer’s eyes to follow. Every scene has an example of lines somewhere; … Continue reading

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Rule Of Thirds!

While on vacation, handing over your camera to a stranger to take a photograph of you and that iconic landmark will most likely result in an image of you standing right in the center with the landmark in the background … Continue reading

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Shutter Speed Tips and Tricks!

There is no escaping it. Movement is part of every setting, from birds flying above to the quick blink of an eye, a photographer will encounter action with every shot. Even when doing portraits, the subject will not stay still … Continue reading

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The Right Way To Use Aperture Mode!

Photography is about light, without light, an image could never be captured. There are three kings when it comes to controlling light in photography and aperture is one of them. Using aperture can help improve a shot by either blurring … Continue reading

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