Composition is usually presented as a list of rules or do’s and don’ts, but the art of composing images is subjective and the world we photograph is not so easily categorized. Since most of the world is photographed from eye level with a straight-on point of view, you need to go beyond the obvious to create effective and interesting images. Step out of the box and learn a new framework for thinking about composition that goes beyond a list of rules, with a simple strategy which is adaptable to each individual’s style and experience level.
Out of the box is a half-day workshop which applies to any type of digital photography and experience level.
Required Equipment and Experience
Participants should have a working knowledge of their digital camera (any type) and sample photographs for exercises. More details will follow after registration.
Can’t make a workshop? Learn more about Composition in the Digital Photography for Beginners eBook and the Exploring with a Camera blog series.