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COMPOSITION
Leading Lines, Framing and Rule of Thirds
Composition
The art of arranging objects/subjects in a
piece of art.
Annie Leibovitz
Leading Lines
Leading Lines help guide the
viewers’eyes around the photograph
to make the photo more interesting. It
also helps give the...
Definition - Leading Lines
Leading lines are lines within an image
that lead the eye to another point in the
image, or occ...
Framing
Definition - Framing
A photographic frame is an object that acts
as a border or frame for your subject. The
frame directs ...
Rule of Thirds
Rule of Thirds
Definition – Rule of Thirds
Imagine your picture area divided into thirds
both horizontally and vertically. The
intersecti...
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Photography - Composition.  Leading lines, framing and rule of thirds.
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Photography - Composition. Leading lines, framing and rule of thirds.

  1. 1. COMPOSITION Leading Lines, Framing and Rule of Thirds
  2. 2. Composition The art of arranging objects/subjects in a piece of art. Annie Leibovitz
  3. 3. Leading Lines
  4. 4. Leading Lines help guide the viewers’eyes around the photograph to make the photo more interesting. It also helps give the photograph a clear focal point and purpose. Gordon Parks Henri Cartier-Bresson
  5. 5. Definition - Leading Lines Leading lines are lines within an image that lead the eye to another point in the image, or occasionally, out of the image.
  6. 6. Framing
  7. 7. Definition - Framing A photographic frame is an object that acts as a border or frame for your subject. The frame directs the viewer’s attention to a particular subject or point of interest within the photograph.
  8. 8. Rule of Thirds
  9. 9. Rule of Thirds
  10. 10. Definition – Rule of Thirds Imagine your picture area divided into thirds both horizontally and vertically. The intersections of these imaginary lines suggest four options for placing the center of interest for good composition.
  11. 11. The End

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