Monthly Archives: November 2018
Don’t confuse composition with framing. Framing determines the direction of the view and the field of view, and composition determines the relative position of objects. By pointing the camera in different directions, as well as using lenses with different focal lengths, or cropping parts of the image during subsequent editing, you change the amount of space that will fall on the final photo, but you will not be able to correct an unsuccessful composition in this way – move objects relative to each other, make one of the objects larger or smaller in relation to others. To do this, you need to either physically move objects, which is acceptable with small objects and people, or, what is more reasonable when working with mountains and forests, move yourself. Usually, Amateur photographers, after seeing an interesting scene, will stop in the most convenient place, and, at best, except that povariruyut focal length of the lens before you release the shutter. Continue reading
Composition is the most important aspect of artistic photography. Composition is the art of placing various elements of an image in the most harmonious way that meets the creative intent of the author and allows him to convey his thoughts and feelings to the viewer to the fullest extent.
The gaze of a person looking at a scene is far from chaotic. First of all, he tries to cover the most significant elements that attract his attention, in descending order of their attractiveness, then runs around the entire available field of view, assessing the relationship between important objects, and almost without dwelling on insignificant details, and then returns to the semantic center. Continue reading
I am writing this in the most temperate climate, being in the fifty-fourth degree of North latitude. In the southern regions, the light changes much faster, both in the morning and in the evening. The Golden hour may not last an hour, but only half an hour, the darkness comes suddenly and you have to act quickly, trying to catch the light you need, and also take a pocket flashlight with you, so as not to jump on rocks in the dark, risking breaking your neck.
In the North, sixty degrees or higher, the sun moves in a gentle arc, extending the favorable time for photography. The closer the Arctic is, the more light there is in the summer. As well as mosquitoes and midges. Continue reading