• Composition is the placement or arrangement of your subject within the frame.
  • Here's some great composition tips & tricks for more dramatic images.
  • General guidelines to make your images interesting and engaging.
  • Remember, they're just guides, rules can and should be broken sometimes.
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The positive impact of ‘Negative Space’

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The frame within a frame composition trick

The frame within a frame trick, sometimes known as foreground framing, is a great way to lead the viewers eye through to the main focal point of an image, and to keep it there. The [...]

Use leading lines for better photography composition

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Use diagonal lines for better photography composition

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The Rule of Thirds

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