Whether you’re a brand new photographer or a veteran that’s been at it for decades, one thing that’s common to both groups is that there is always room for improvement. This is what I mean: even the pros are still learning. That’s part of the beauty of photography - there is always something to improve upon, some new way of challenging ourselves to be better. One way that you can constantly work to improve your images is by focusing on your composition.
Sounds easy, right?
In some ways it is - it’s a matter of training your eye to look for elements that enhance the photos you take. By the same token, it’s also a matter of minimizing distractions that detract from your vision for your photos. In other ways, perfecting your composition is a little tougher than that. There are plenty of “rules” in photography, but they don’t always apply. In fact, a great photo can result from throwing the rules out the window! With that in mind, I’ve selected six things you can do to dramatically improve your photos. Bear in mind that these are . . .
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