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• Image is divided into nine equal segments
• The most important elements should be placed
along those lines or where poin...
• Place your horizon lines above or below the
center point of a frame
• You can place them in the center only if you
shoot...
• Symmetry refers to the equality of both sides
of the image
• There is balance on both sides, leading to
powerful results...
When taking photos, you need to take
note where the image would look better.
• Make the subject look powerless and vulnerable
Usually, this shot is angled 40 degrees.
• The background is as important as the subject
• When the background is full of distracting
elements, widen the aperture ...
You can put frames within your photos
by using trees, archways and holes to
isolate the subject from the other parts
of th...
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Day Bootcamp!
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
Photography Guidelines
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Photography Guidelines

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These photography guidelines will help your photos look amazing.

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  1. 1. • Image is divided into nine equal segments • The most important elements should be placed along those lines or where points intersect • Photo becomes more balanced and will enable a viewer to interact with it more naturally
  2. 2. • Place your horizon lines above or below the center point of a frame • You can place them in the center only if you shoot for reflections • Horizon lines should be straight
  3. 3. • Symmetry refers to the equality of both sides of the image • There is balance on both sides, leading to powerful results • Symmetry is one great way to break the Rule of Thirds
  4. 4. When taking photos, you need to take note where the image would look better.
  5. 5. • Make the subject look powerless and vulnerable
  6. 6. Usually, this shot is angled 40 degrees.
  7. 7. • The background is as important as the subject • When the background is full of distracting elements, widen the aperture and blur them • Change the angle or viewpoint if you don’t want a subject that stands out too much
  8. 8. You can put frames within your photos by using trees, archways and holes to isolate the subject from the other parts of the image. This will make the viewer focus more on the subject.
  9. 9. Check out Three Day Bootcamp!
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