Photography is an art that speak itself, for become a good photographer you should know the basic terms & statics of photography. There are no. of parameter that excel your photography and of course composition play an important role of all of them. Good composition is a key element of your photographs. It shapes your photography and makes it tremendous to explore the beauty & your thoughts.
Instead of optically canvassing composition as a set of ‘rules’ to follow – We view it as a set of ingredients that can be taken out of the pantry at any point and used to make a great ‘meal’ (photograph).
There are patterns all around us if we only learn to visually perceive them. Accentuating and highlighting these patterns can lead to striking shots – as can high lighting when patterns are broken.
A symmetrical shot with vigorous composition and a good point of interest can lead to a striking image – but without the vigorous point of interest it can be a little prognostic able. I prefer to experiment with both in the one shoot to visually perceive which works best.
Images a two dimensional thing yet with the clever utilization of ‘texture’ they can come alive and become virtually three dimensional. Texture particularly comes into play when light hits objects at fascinating angles.
DEPTH OF FIELD
The depth of field that you cull when taking an image will drastically impact the composition. It can separate a subject from its background and foreground (when utilizing a shallow depth of field) or it can put the same subject in context by revealing it’s circumvents with a more sizably voluminous depth of field.
Lines can be potent elements in an image. They have the puissance to draw the ocular perceiver to key focal points in a shot and to impact the ‘feel’ of an image greatly.
Diagonal, Horizontal, Vertical and Converging lines all impact images differently and should be spotted while framing a shot and then utilized to strengthen it.
These are few elements of good composition that I share with you. But there are plenty more.