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Perspective

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st Mar 2015

PERSPECTIVE We usually want our two-dimensional photographs to appear three-dimensional. Knowing how to take full advantage of your camera's controls is important, but the key to producing dramatic pictures lies with the design and composition of the image. Many photographs are stronger with a……

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The Perfect Viewpoint Pt 5

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 12th Dec 2014

Photographs by Adrian Stone Portraits of children and pets are often taken by adults standing up. This viewpoint diminishes the power of the subject, so they appear submissive and vulnerable. So try shooting upwards at your subject. Compare these two shots above. The child appears confident and……

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The Perfect Viewpoint Pt 4

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 5th Dec 2014

Photograph by Hao-Wu 'Runner' Beijing, China In the image above, Hao Wu has generated a great sense of drama in his photograph. He took the image from just above street level. This viewpoint increases the image's tension, as does placing the subject in the centre of the frame. He's……

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The Perfect Viewpoint Pt 3

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 28th Nov 2014

Photo by Swapnali Mathkar 'Fire in water, Salt Lake, Utah, USA Leading lines within a photograph help to draw the viewer's attention to a specific element, or to tell a story as a journey. Are often used to strengthen landscape photographs. The photographer wants to connect the foreground……

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The Perfect Viewpoint Pt 2

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 21st Nov 2014

Reflection Beijing taken by Hao Wu Architectural photographs of tall buildings often need to be taken when you are fairly close to them, how can you avoid converging verticals? To reduce the effect, move back as far as possible, particularly when using a wide angle lens. Preferably move further……

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