Sound Advice For Wonderful Digital Photography For Hitterdal Minnesota

Composition - The Soul of the Photo

Composition is the spirit of the photo. Composition results in the work of art that starts from inspiration. Inspiration begins when you disconnect together with the domestic battles of everyday life and free the spirit to experience the universe around you. Experiencing nature and truly being in the moment links you with all around you.

Awareness of your surroundings without interference of outside ideas clears the mind, although it might sound like meditation and sharpening your senses. Where you didn't see them before images seem. The elements start to art and align appears.

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Joseph Cornell in his book 'Listening to Nature How to Deepen Your Awareness of Nature' had this exercise. Walk into an area that you would like to photograph. Instead of shooting and setting the camera up. Sit down. Wait. Relax. Be still and feel the moment. Quite softly become aware of nature. The Native Americans called this 'silent hunting'. Nature will speak to you, but you have to be quiet. Nature talks gently. If you're patient, nature will reveal herself to you. And unbelievable pictures will appear.

There are numerous times that I've entered the woods with camera in hand and not found anything that I needed to photograph. It could be that I wasn't ready or nature didn't want to show herself. Maybe she didn't feel photogenic that day. Scenes appear as if by magic. If you can not find anything to shoot on any specified day, so don't be disappointed. Utilize that time to scout the area for future chances and revel in the fact that you've got a chance to be outside.

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Take this as the opportunity to plan for future shots. At these times believe, what if the light was coming from another direction. A better image may be produced by coming back in the early morning or late afternoon. The landscape changes. Maybe shooting with the leaves in brilliant colors, in the fall, or winter with a fresh layer of snow would create the photo that you would like.

Do not rush yourself when seeking that image. Time with nature is a pleasure all by its own self. Should you not find anything to shoot, the absolute joy of being one with the outdoors is worth the experience.

Composition - Ten Guidelines And Methods for Astonishing Results

Composition does not come naturally to many photographers. The technical aspects may be learned relatively easily but some say that composition cannot. Photography is an art form and does require some natural ability, although I actually don't believe this to be totally true.

So what can I do, my composition stinks? Composition is subjective so there will always be someone out there who enjoys regardless of how bad you may believe it is you work. Most non-photographers aren't that discerning but to capture actually wonderful photos composition is key. A nicely composed photograph merely works, it's rather clear cut but it is more a feeling than conforming to a set of rules.

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Here are some composition tricks to remember next time you go out to shoot. Keep them at hand and see if they work for you.

1. A painter chooses what to include in a painting, a photographer must choose what to exclude. Litter makeups removing unneeded components by selective framing. Use your legs, walk about looking for alternative compositions and utilize the cameras zoom to control what exclude and more importantly, you would like to include.

2. The 'rule of thirds' is a compositional practice that is famous but does not necessarily need to be strictly adhered to. The rule orders the primary components that make up the image should fall on or near flat thirds or imaginary vertical.

3. Assess your horizon. For me the horizon should only ever be absolutely flat. Make use of the very top of the window in the view finder as a benchmark. I frequently point the camera downward to align the horizon before re-composing.

4. Do not leave big empty spaces. Leaving large holes in the composition such as uninteresting expanses of water or dark or very bright components should be prevented. By shortening the tripod legs to compress large openings in the mid to near foreground, change perspective. Conversely elements should not be cluttered, raise the height of the camera to boost the distance between components.

5. Before settling on three or two compositions to shoot, take a walk. Take the time to refine them instead of shooting at everything and anything.

6. Make the foreground and background fascinating.

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7. Use leading lines including stone formations or movement in water to lead the eye into the framework.

8. Assess the edges of the frame for any distracting elements (half a tree, breaks in clouds etc.), and recompose if required. Be sure you can focus the viewer's focus to the matter and try not to distract them away from it unnecessarily. Ask yourself, 'what is this image about?'

9. Try and keep compositions balanced to some amount where potential. Building or a protruding headland can upset the balance, remove it and search for an option composition.

10. Practice, their photographs are composed by critically reviewing your own work and looking at how other photographers. Check out this landscape photographer for a beginning.

Above all, get out there and enjoy, exploration of composition is a constant learning curve.