Golden Sections Composition

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Composing better photos using golden proportions.

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Golden Sections Composition

  1. 1. Using Golden Proportions when Composing Portraits Howard T. Reginald Miller
  2. 2. Original <IMG_6325.CR2> [CR2 format converted to DNG using Adobe DNG Converter.] </IMG_6325.CR2> <p> <strong> Slide 3:</strong>Typical Cropping Often, a photo like this would be cropped so that the Subject is in the center, like a mugshot. Boring! </p> <p> <strong> Slide 4:</strong>Cropping the photo further to get rid of the Subject’s love handles (which are accentuated by the oversized sweater) helps, but not much. </p> <p> <strong> Slide 5:</strong>Using Power Retouche’s Golden Sections plug-in for Adobe® Photoshop® offers more creative options for composition. </p>
  3. 3. Typical Cropping Often, a photo like this would be cropped so that the Subject is in the center, like a mugshot. Boring!
  4. 4. Cropping the photo further to get rid of the Subject’s love handles (which are accentuated by the oversized sweater) helps, but not much.
  5. 5. Using Power Retouche’s Golden Sections plug-in for Adobe® Photoshop® offers more creative options for composition.

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