Lines Illustrate Compositional Theories In Iconic Movies
See how filmmakers envision their scenes through illustrated compositions.
Simple Photography Tips | 5 Tips To Frame The Perfect Photo
Framing and composition are considered by many to be the make-or-break aspects to an image, and here are some tips on doing them well.
Children’s Photography With Shannon Sewell | Advice, Tips, & Thought Processes
Child photographer, Shannon Sewell, gives some valuable insight in how she has been able to transition from shooting her own children into commercial and editorial work.
Goodbye, Rule of Thirds? Alternative Methods to Master Composition
Is there a compositional world outside of thirds? The following video explores that possibility.
Composition Tip | Frame Within a Frame Inception Style
Creating a frame within a frame is one of the basic principles of composition that can add a lot of interest and impact to your images.
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.
Photo Composition: 9 Basic Guidelines For Better Photographs
Learn 9 basic “rules” to composition using the incredible imagery from Steve McCurry, then feel free to break them.
Back Button Focus | What Is It & Why You Should Try It
New to back button focus or want to learn all about it? Bebop on over and get started today!
Composition Tip: Avoid High Contrast Shifts
Composition is about more than just the rule of thirds or the golden ratio. While those rules are important, it is also important to understand what the elements in your scene are actually doing, and how they will effect the experience of the person viewing your image.
Photography Tip: Become A Better Photographer By Slowing Down Your Sessions & Shoots
Are you ready to come back with more “keepers” from each photo session? Are you tired of weeding through tons of photos? Are you going to amazing venues only to get home and realize you missed out on the beauty and excitement? Here’s a tip…you need to slow down.
Beginner’s Guide to Photo Critique| Use This Checklist Before You Upload
The desire to share our photos is an innate piece of being a photographer. However, in a social media driven industry, we must remember to put our best work forward at all times. Here are a few quick reminders for you to think about before sharing your latest shots with the world!
5 Ways To Think About & Improve Your Food Photography Two-Fold
Helping you take your food photography from Facebook worthy to worthy of Food & Wine Magazine.