The essential concept for which there is no Auto mode, quality composition is what distinguishes a snapshot from a phenomenal photograph. Learn how to develop your photographic eye not to only seek out engaging subjects, but also to approach them from the best angle, in optimal light, for maximum effect.
Going beyond the basics, Michael Freeman reveals why certain photographs succeed, demystifying the abstract aesthetics to give practical rules and real-world advice that will enhance your images and inspire your creativity. Presented in a straightforward, down-to-earth method, these compositional principles will become second nature, giving you the creative freedom to seek out new, stunning shots of your own. What’s more, you will develop reliable skills to approach a wide variety of subjects from portraits to landscapes and everything in between and to consistently present them in a strong, compelling composition.
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Published: May, 2012
Nothing but constructive all the way, these books aim to build you up to become a competent photographer in as much time as you choose to take. They have the feel of learning through a course, without having to fork out the money for one.
- 160 pages
- h 235mm x w 210mm
- full colour throughout
- 39,000 words
- Printed ISBN:978-1-908150-30-1
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South East Asia (English)