composition-corner

When photographing an image with some type of line, path, or object that will go out of my frame, my very first instinct is to find a way to push it towards one of the corners. This also works well for items that are coming into the frame, too. Compositionally speaking, this type of framing is […]

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Portrait by Vanelli

Thanks to Vanelli and Meghan Ryan-Harrington for the Behind the Scenes shots. When shooting a video project, there is a need to typically get multiple shots (or angles) of the same scene.  In modern productions, viewers aren’t content to watch just a single shot occur on screen.  The audience expects multiple angles to be combine […]

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(Photo is Copyright 2009 Nicole S. Young – All Rights Reserved) Image and Post by Nicole Young – Follow Nicole on Twitter “Angle Matters” The overall composition of a photograph can make-or-break an image. There is a lot to think about before you click the shutter release, and one of these things is whether you […]

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Photo by Scott Bourne THE WORLD FROM FIVE FEET EIGHT INCHES Most amateur pictures suffer from the same problem. They have all been taken from a height of five feet and eight inches. How do I know? That’s the height of most tripods. Too often, beginners just set their camera on a tripod, top it […]

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