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Framing & Composition

Santosh Jayaraman
27 Mar 0 0

Framing & Composition
1. Decide on your subject.
2. Check the background and foreground of the subject.
3. Move the background if required.
4. Move the item if needed.
5. Remember, you can move as well.
6. Check the colour contrasts.
7. Follow the rule of thirds. Use your grid lines available for subject placement.
8. Find light before you think about increasing your ISO. Open windows switch on the light. Open shutters, curtains, window blinds. Using your phone's flashlight is also a creative option.
9. See the frame from different viewpoints.
10. Check the peripheral areas of the scene for any distracting objects, like footwear, wires, plugs, brooms anything that does not make a definite inclusion to the subject/photograph.
11. Keep it simple.
When shooting images which have symmetrical features, straight lines (e.g. horizon) ensure to keep the camera straight and balanced. Skewing is the most common error associated with an unbalanced image. Change in the diagonal axis also affects perspective in your image.

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