Jan 24, 2013

Basic Compositional Photo Tip

8 more tips left in this series … hope you keep coming back for more, enjoy the simple read and find the tips helpful. As mentioned in the blog post earlier I decided to share a series of basic photography tips that are worth while sharing inspirational, and will keep you motivated in your own Photography endeavor. I am always thrilled to hear back from you. Hope you enjoy the photo tips and find them helpful! 

Photo Tip #14 of 20: Don't let the horizon fall dead center in the picture. It most likely always creates a boring image (exceptions are beautiful landscape reflections) Instead place the horizon low to enhance the feel of spatial depth of the open landscape or to emphasize a dramatic cloud formation. For images with stronger foregrounds and weaker cloud or sky formations a horizon in the upper third of the image is more preferred.

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