“The eye should learn to listen before it looks.” ― Robert Frank “Aperture” The first question you encounter when you are introduced to photography is probably What is Aperture? As you can see in the picture above, It is simply a ...
“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.” ― Ansel Adams “Even & Odd” Human eyes have a tendency to symmetrize everything and to follow what is exactly placed a centre. Here I am not ...
“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.” ― Henri Cartier-Bresson “Cropping” Cropping is a ...
This rule is extremely simple to implement and will save you the hassle of doing the same in post production.
You can almost apply this rule anywhere and get astonishing results that you never expected.
General rule of thumb is that the orientation of the frame must justify with the shape of the subject.
cleverly chosen viewpoint can create desired mood and feel in the photograph
Filling up the frame with the subject alone and keeping the distractions out will yields such amazing results.
Remember the old saying in Photography-"If it's not good enough, you are not close enough".
A photographer will keep this rule in his mind whenever he is willing to make a shot with dynamics and a sense of comfort.
Sometimes as as a photographer we are so focused on our main subject that we often forget it's relation with the background.
Symmetrical composition are achieved by keeping similar subjects on either side of the center line
Straight, zigzag, intersecting, curved or abstract lines and patterns must be used with extreme care while composing a shot
balancing is one amazing trick to have up your sleeves to create that magical composition which can make your viewer feel connected to your pictures.
Application of the rule of thirds will definitely add balance and interest to your photo.