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Negative Space in Photography Composition

Negative Space in Photography Composition

If you find yourself reading this article, chances are that you are looking for some ideas for photo projects. Naturally, it would be good to pick a photography project that helps you grow your photography skills. In this article, one such skill, negative space, will be discussed. This is a compositional technique that can be used to produce eye-catching photos. When properly used, it can help improve your images. Therefore, let’s take a look at the technique? There are three principal compositional components to a photography image. When many people go about composing an image, they concentrate their attention on the positive space.

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How to Create Dynamic Wildflower Photos in Digital Photography

How to Create Dynamic Wildflower Photos in Digital Photography

There are few subjects that draw photographers as much as wildflowers. Why shouldn’t it be so? After all, wildflowers seem to offer the photographer so much: striking hues, graceful curves, and dramatic color contrast. It’s no wonder that so many people photograph wildflowers. However, like any other area of photography, creating wildflower images that rise above the ordinary requires knowledge and skill. Thus, this article looks at seven ways that can be used to create great wildflower images.

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