In this episode of the SLR Lounge Forum Constructive Critique, we’ll discuss composition, light, and those small little details that can make or break an image.
One important thing is to always pay attention to intersecting lines. Avoid cropping elbows off in portraits, for example, and be careful how a subject intersects a horizon line, whether human or otherwise.
Sometimes the best composition isn’t the one that impress you first; you should always move around a little bit and try a few different angles, frame the shot slightly different, move slightly to change background elements, etc.
About the SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique
The SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique series gives you, our readers, the chance to have your photos constructively critiqued by our staff as well your peers in the photography community.
Submitting an image is free and easy! All you have to do is visit the Constructive Critique section of the SLR Lounge Forum and start a thread with your image in it. Please be sure to read the rules prior to posting, and please limit to one unique image per thread. Finally, whether you are posting your images or giving critique to someone else’s, please keep all comments constructive and objective.
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