Friday, August 5, 2011

Composing Your Photo's

Even if you don't plan on selling your photo to National Geographic or one of the many Photography Magazines keep it balanced and beautiful.
Everyone responds better to a picture that has all the right elements in balance.
Lead the eye along an interesting path through the photo, with the use of strong lines or patterns, etc.

• Take care to keep the horizon level in your photo.
• Crop out any unwanted objects that appear in your photo.
• Place your subject where you think it most belongs, rather than just accepting the fact it just happens to land in your photo.
• Play with perspective so that all lines show a pattern or lead the eye to your main subject.
• Remember the Rule Of Thirds


  1. Hi

    I have a love for photography too, I'm enjoying your posts have started a blog at hope you will come over and join me. I am looking at starting a another blog soon to show some of my photos see how things go with this one first.

    Thanks for sharing


  2. Thanks for the great tips!
    I think I need to work on playing with perspective. :)

  3. Hi Wendy thanks for stopping by, I will pop over and visit your blog shortly,

  4. Greetings Thea, so much to learn and experiment with in photography, remember to enjoy yourself and learn at your own pace,
    If you want to ask a question i'm happy to help.