The Compelling Photograph: Techniques for Creating Better Images (Book 2)

The Compelling Photograph: Techniques for Creating Better Images (Book 2)

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Wish you could take more compelling photographs? Now you can!

In 8 lessons, this eBook will help you:

  • Understand the principles of good image design 
  • Learn how to find interesting compositions 
  • Get tack sharp images 
  • Make the most of the time you spend shooting 
  • Come home with great images after every shoot 
Now you can make every photo shoot a treasure hunt where you come home with the treasure every time!

I will show you the elements of good image design, essential camera skills, and fun photography techniques so you come home with great images every time. Not only that, but I will send you on a weekly treasure hunt and show you exactly what you are looking for and where to find it.

What's inside?
Patterns

The human eye is drawn to patterns in the same way our ears are drawn to the beat of music or the chorus of a song.

Symmetry
Despite everything we have been taught in photography about the rule of thirds and keeping things off balance and out of the middle, symmetry has always been associated with beauty.

Leading Lines
When leading lines connect the foreground to the background of a scene, they help to create depth and dimensionality which draws the viewer into the image.

Curves
Curves create a graphic design that make an image easy to look at by leading the viewer's eye through the frame.

Shapes
A real shape is tangible - it's a solid object that exists within the physical realm. An implied shape is a relationship between objects that is created only in our minds.

Depth of Field
Where you choose to place the focal point in your image is critical, but it's not just what we focus on that matters, it's how much we focus on.

Long Exposures 
Long exposures can capture the passing of time, give an image a dreamy effect, or even convey excitement.

Minimalism
Less is more. Minimalism is about reducing your scope and focusing only on the key elements of the scene and nothing else.

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