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composition

Tutorial: The advantages of using Grid Display on the Canon 5D mark iii

12 October 2012
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Displaying the Grid in your viewfinder The advantage of displaying the grid in your viewfinder is that camera tilt will be more obvious, and it’ll be easier to rectify the problem by using the guidelines in the viewfinder. To set the grid, press the menu button, and use the muliti-controller to go to Set Up […]

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My All-New Full Colour Photo Manuals

14 April 2011
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This past weekend I presented my second Photography course on Camera Basics and Composition.

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Understanding Composition: Using Symmetry

29 March 2011
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Symmetry brings out simplicity in complex shapes, and somehow makes things easier to understand. Symmetry is everywhere.

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Understanding Composition: Using Space

28 March 2011
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Experiment with using clean, uncluttered space, and you this to frame your subject.

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Understanding Composition: Filling your Frame

25 March 2011
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One of the simplest principles of photography is to fill your frame. It’s so easy, so there is no excuse for not doing it.

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