Updated: The Advanced Composition Guide at 79% Off

This newly updated & expanded in-depth guide rolls years and years of practical knowledge, condensed into 239 pages packed with training, illustrations, and assignments. Advanced Composition goes far beyond knowing what composition is… (or, even knowing what the tools of composition are). Develop the SKILLS of anticipation, pre-visualization, and timing that are core to capturing great photography. We were able to negotiate a 79% discount for our readers today which ends soon. Deal found here: The Advanced Composition Guide at 79% Off

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Broken into 84 key lessons, 38 assignments, & 117 self-check questions – it delves DEEP into the artistic and technical aspects of photographic composition. With this guide you will learn to SEE light, shadow, lines, curves, space, repetition, and focal points.

Some of the Many Topics Covered:

  • 47+ ways you can move beyond the rule of thirds and why you can still follow the rule of thirds and have a poorly composed photograph…
  • 3 easy-to-implement techniques award winning photographers use (but never talk about) that allow you to better visualize each and every shot…
  • Essential skills in advanced photography previously only discussed during graduate-level art seminars…
  • How you can dissect, pick apart, and critique what makes some photographs work and what makes others fail (this guide is worth this knowledge alone, even if you only use it at art museums) …
  • The can’t miss technique behind perfect timing. If you’ve ever thought some photographers could predict the future to get a better shot—you’re right. Read this and learn how you can too!
  • 4 key steps you’ll use to train yourself to capture award winning photographs with incredible, absolutely predictable consistency…
  • How to understand light, shadow, lines, curves, space, repetition, focal point, movement and more using the same laws, rules, and techniques behind some of the world’s most famous photographs…
  • Why “Subject Weight” isn’t what you think it is (if you’ve already heard of it) and innovative ways to frame your subject to better convey messages to your viewers…
  • 6 steps to pre-visualization mastery. After you’ve learned these 6 steps, you’ll never need to use the screen on the back of your DSLR again…
  • True VS. False Subjects – Do you know the difference? Your audience doesn’t either so when you have a false subject in your photograph, you end up distracting them. Learn how to make your true subject shine through…
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  • The 1 single most misused photography element and why it’s distracting viewers from your subject and artistic message…
  • Conscious decision making during image creation – Over 2 dozen techniques you can use to arouse visual interest and tell stunning, beautiful, and absolutely breathtaking photographic stories…
  • 12+ copy and paste “see into the future” tricks that separate amateurs from professionals (HINT: This is why amateurs snap away and cross their fingers while pros only need to take one shot) …
  • Positive Space and Negative Space – You’re about to learn the difference, how they’re used, and how you can create both for more powerful photographs…
  • Should your images be symmetrical or asymmetrical? And do you make this decision in the lens or in the digital darkroom? Find out the answer to both of these questions on page 95…
  • Defining center, un-center, and balance—you’ll not only discover what they mean but you’ll learn why even uneducated viewers of your images notice you’re an amateur if you miss use them…
  • 1 of the most pervasive rules in the entire art world (and really mathematics too). Find out why you see this everywhere but have no clue what it is yet (it’s so pervasive, it’s actually the secret behind the rule of thirds) …
  • When looking outside the viewfinder is better than looking through it. Did you know you could take better pictures without ever looking at your subject(s)?
  • Color & Emotion – You’re about to learn how to evoke deep emotions in your audience through the use of color. Match the wrong color to the wrong subject and/or composition and you’ll send a mixed message…
  • Why contrast can be your best friend and worst enemy at the same time. Find out when high contrast is good, when it’s bad, when it distracts, and when it will win awards…
  • How to tell better stories with lens selection. Just like a narrator in a fiction novel, your lens choice changes the point of view of your photographic story…
  • Framing outside the frame, juxtaposition, adding movement, predicting movement, advanced depth of field, 43+ compositional strategies, “on the street” storytelling…
  • 38 must try assignments guaranteed to improve your photography (even seasoned pros can benefit from trying these exercises)…
  • And much more… this is just the tip of iceberg! (239 Pages Total)
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About the Author:
Kent DuFault has helped thousands of photographers like you, with his various best-selling books. He has an incredible teaching method. It’s simple to follow, easy to understand and never boring. Imagine sitting down with an old friend for a fireside chat. That’s what learning from Kent is like. The art of masking can seem intimidating. With this guide Kent provides you with easy step-by-step instructions.

How to Get a Discounted Copy Today (With Bonuses):

We were able to negotiate a 79% discount (total value of $130, currently just $27). It also comes with an unbeatable 90-day, double-your-money-back guarantee so there’s no risk in trying it. Plus, you’ll get a bonus video and cheat sheet on how to analyze composition, a pre-visualization cheat sheet, and 7 composition tutorial videos by travel photographer Jason Row – all of which ends soon.

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