Hello photography friends!
Last week you learned all about how to choose your subject, to get into the moment and trust your vision. You learned about the frame, and the value of filling the frame with your subject. If you choose to create a more contextual image, then it's important to make sure everything in the image actually supports the subject, rather than distracts from it.
This week you'll learn more about where to place your subject within the frame, and how to develop your vision by experimenting with points of view. Specifically, you'll learn about:
1. The Rule of Thirds, one of the most well known rules of photography composition.
2. Symmetry, another popular rule of composition.
3. Framing, how to use elements in your environment to frame your subject, and
4. Point of view, some popular perspectives and how to find your own.
Scroll down and download your workbook. Then go through the videos, do the exercises, fill out the feedback form, and let me know if you have any questions!