Monday, September 23, 2013

Composition Beyond The Rule Of Thirds

Do you have two hours to dedicate to improving your compositional skills?
By William Sawalich Published in Blog
Composition Beyond The Rule Of Thirds
Do you have two hours to dedicate to improving your compositional skills? I realize that sounds like a tall order, but maybe you can do what I'm doing and break those two hours up into a few different sessions in order to make your way through this tremendous video presentation by photographer David Brommer. In it he explains the complexities of composition far beyond the basics like the rules of thirds, leading lines and S curves. Relying on these rules established by the renaissance masters, Brommer's B&H sponsored presentation is a valuable tutorial for photographers from beginner to experienced, as compositional considerations factor in to every exposure from our first to our last. It's an important topic that doesn't get covered in enough detail. Which is why I think this video is two hours very well spent.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtcD84l9eUw
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