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Understanding Composition: Using Colour

23 March 2011
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The colours in a photograph, and how they are arranged, can make or break an image.

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Understanding Composition: Using Patterns and Repetition

21 March 2011
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Photographing patterns can make striking images, and by introducing a subject or focal point, you can break the pattern to add additional interest.

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Understanding Composition: Converging Lines

18 March 2011
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Multiple lines that converge together, is a great technique to draw the viewers’ eye to the focal point, or lead their eye through the image.

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Understanding Composition: Vertical Lines

17 March 2011
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Lines in photographs are impactful elements, can assist in creating mood, as well as aid in leading the viewers’ eye through the image.

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Understanding Composition: The Rule of Thirds

16 March 2011
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The basic principle of the Rule of Thirds, is to imagine a grid dividing your image into thirds, both horizontally and vertically. The purpose of the Rule of Thirds is to add balance and interest to your image.

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