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Composition for beginners by PinkFireFly Composition for beginners by PinkFireFly
Here's a tutorial of me explaining something about composition in photography.

This is how I would mainly do my composition, but someone else might disagree, and I have no problem with that, these are just my own artistic opinions :)
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picturecat Jan 4, 2013   Photographer
Thanks a bunch!
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ThoughtMantique Jun 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Lovely tutorial! Clear and simple, and with clear examples!
{Featured here: [link]}
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MarkDrees Jan 15, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is actually quite helpful to know for painting, not just photography. Many of the same rules apply
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PinkFireFly Jan 16, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree, many of the same rules apply indeed. In fact, I was really into photography for two straight years that I did almost nothing about my own drawing skills. Once I drew again for the first time in a while, my skills had definitely improved - all because of my photography.
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:iconartvbal:
Thank you for the tutorial. While majority of things there were well known to me, I had no idea about "rule of thirds". You did explained it well and gave me an inspiration, so next time I will go on my walk shooting close ups of dead leafs, I will try to use rule of thirds.
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Kiara-Vestigium Sep 16, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
really interesting though i already learnt a lot about composition.
another trick would be to put the horizont or any other straight line in your picture on one of the "rule of third's" lines. :D don't know if you know that already but i thought it might fit in here
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Sk8erchickroz Sep 10, 2010  Student Digital Artist
thanks
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:iconguth09:
This is a very well written tutorial that is quite easy to follow, the pictures help out a lot.
I used this tutorial to create the following photograph - [link]
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:iconconstintine08:
:wow: Very easy to follow the instructions. You must be a natural born teacher:D
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:iconladysarah:
Great explanations.:clap:
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