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Golden Ratio, Left Brain Thinking!

One of the most commonly talked about compositional rules is "The rule of thirds". Most cameras are set up with grids in the view finder to help you with this rule. I mean, even your phone probably has this feature. Its a great rule. It can certainly add intrigue to your images. There is a little spin though that can take this concept to another level...

Leading Lines 4 ways

[sc_embed_player fileurl="http://www.photonerdsunite.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/leading-Lines.mp4"]   Leading lines in photography can be anything and therefore come at any angle.┬áLines can be implied but this post is more about literal lines. A street, road, railroad tack, fence, power lines, rocks in a path way, rivers just to name some examples. Here are the 4 lines that Adam Furtado aka: Jymmy Lopez find to be the most impactful. Horizontal Vertical Diagonal, typically, at a 45 degree angle starting and ending in the corners when possible. "S" Curves. Below are 4 examples of leading...