The Edges of the Flatiron Building
New Book Images Coming Online Books are still hitting the warehouses and causing a light holiday panic! Cool! I put up some new images of how gorgeous the book looks on the inside on the HDR Book page. An Interview at Scott Wyden's Blog Scott sent me a very nice interview, and he has just published it. It's a quick read for you! Daily Photo - The Edges of the Flatiron (and yes, B&W HDRs are fun!) This is the famous Flatiron building in NYC. I shot it a few weeks ago when I was scouting the…
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The Rule of Thirds in Real Life: 21 Perfectly-Composed Photos
The Rule of Thirds in Real Life - 21 Perfectly-Composed Photos on 500px
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When I started this blog, way back in 2006, I had no clue how long it would last. I actually had no idea I could even write about something for more than a couple of days. It is funny how things go.
The Art of Composition
Photographic Composition - The pleasing arrangement of elements in a photograph. "You don't take a photograph, you make a photograph." ...
Photography Composition: Using the Rule of Thirds — LIVE SNAP LOVE
The rule of thirds is one of the most basic principles of composition in photography, and one you will use all the time going forward! Here's how to do it: What you need to do is imagine that your photograph is divided into nine equal sections by two horizontal and two vertical
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The rule of thirds is when a picture has lines drawn on it to divide the picture evenly to produce an image that has complete balance. The main part of the picture can be placed to the side or in a specific area to draw the viewers eye to an area. credit: grade6photo.posterous.com/anwas-rule-of-thirds Credit: fotob.worth1000.com/discussions/39363/shutter-tactics-composition-and-balance Credit: www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=564853