The challenge of photography is looking at the scene or object in front of you and deciding how to capture it in the rectangle that is your camera’s viewfinder. Composition can be one of the most difficult aspects of photography to master. This class will help show you how to see and use the visual elements of your scene to make a compelling photograph that will draw a viewer in and keep them there.
Class outline: What you will learn.
Learn the visual elements that make an interesting photograph that grabs the viewers’ attention.
Learn about the Rule of Thirds and about other, more complex compositional rules that help arrange the visual elements in your photograph.
Representing the 3-D world in 2-D.
Understand how to add depth to your photo that is presented flat on a screen or flat on a sheet of paper.
Learn techniques to use in the field to help you with your photographic composition.