Description: A balanced composition is a compositional choice in art in which the frame feels balanced. Different compositional aspects carry “weight,” for example brightness, color, and placement of the main subject. To create a balanced composition these things must be taken into consideration and distributed around the frame for a balanced feel. As with anything in art, a composition does not have to be balanced, but it’s a good idea to understand what this means so you can make a conscious decision whether to use a balanced or an unbalanced composition.
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How to Create Balance in Photographs with Visual Weight
Visual Weight is a compositional device used in photography to attract your eye to a focal point. Visual Weight in photographs is influenced by a number of factors, outlined here with photo examples for each.