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Guidelines for better photographic composition

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  • 1. Guidelines for Better Photographic Composition By: Darian Bjornerud
  • 2. Simplicity
  • 3. Rule of Thirds
  • 4. Lines
  • 5. Balance
  • 6. Framing
  • 7. Avoiding Mergers
  • 8. Bibliography
    • Simplicity:
    • 11/01/01: Moon Light, taken by Nicephor
    • 11/03/10: Seek Simplicity, taken by ginnerobot
    • Rule of Thirds:
    • 11/01/10: Dog Running on beach during low tide, taken by Mikebiard
    • 11/03/10: Week #1: Composition – The Rule of Thirds, taken by Enric Martinez
    • Lines:
    • 11/02/10: Italian Chapel, taken by Tom Jervis
    • 11/03/10: Pegs on Line, taken by Brockvicky
    • Balance:
    • 11/02/10: Two equestrian riders, girls on horseback, in low tide reflections on serene Morro Strand State Beach, taken by Mikebiard
    • 11/03/10: Reflections, taken by Swami Stream
    • Framing:
    • 11/02/10: Framed Sunset, taken by Sudhamshu
    • 11/03/10: Naturally Framed Sunset, taken by ( Pranav )
    • Avoiding Mergers:
    • 11/03/10: Central Park foliage photo-walk, Nov 2009 – 51, taken by Ed Yourdon
    • 11/03/10: Into the Woods we Go…, taken by Ed Yourdon

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