Tag Archives: Composition

Building in Emotion, Moods, or feeling into our photography

Memorable images begin with first understanding Graphic tugs at the heart. In this image, Lady with Flowers, a number of things are going on. For openers, the simple rule of thirds is expanded to include two quadrants – the face … Continue reading

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More form Cataloochee Field shoot

Images from Cataloochee Vally shoot, Field shoot three of four… I really like this capture. The mist in the lower area set’s it off. Also, the dark tree comes forward providing an almost 3D look. Congratulations to the photographer. This … Continue reading

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Small changes to photos can yield Big results

Small changes to photos and yield Big results. We often return from the field, anxious to verify what we were able to capture from an exciting shoot – only to discover that we also managed to pick up some distractions … Continue reading

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Composition Formula – From Idea to final image…

Composition Tips & Formula by Bob Grytten On our last field shoot, the discussion drifted toward compositional guidelines. The people who pay for the most effective photos, one would assume, have that subject nailed. Borrowing from a chapter in Rohn … Continue reading

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