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He’s a great believer in breaking compositional rules when the need demands it, and refining the image down to its simplest elements to communicate the picture’s message effectively. TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost a n d Genuine ! BIHBI Composition A beautifully composed image loaded with symbolic meaning. It was shot in Glasgow, Montana and shows ranchers on horseback, as glimpsed through a broken wire fence. Does the state of the fence echo the state of ranching in present day Montana?
If your subject’s on the right of the frame looking left, give them more space to look into on the left of the frame, and vice versa. But if you want to create a sense of mystery or place emphasis on your subject’s environment, experiment with putting them closer to the edge of the frame they’re looking towards. Even the direction your subject is looking or moving towards can make a subtle difference to your picture’s message. In Western cultures we’re brought up to read from left to right, so we tend to view pictures the same way.
When taking pictures of people, animals or flowers, watch the position of the horizon – you don’t want to decapitate your subject with a soft horizon line or change in tone. Be prepared to drop or raise the position of the camera and angle it up or down to isolate your subject against a softer, more uniform backdrop. Think about colours when you’re framing your picture – does the colour of your main subject clash or compliment the background colour? Be aware that warm colours – oranges, reds, yellows – tend to leap out at the viewer, while cool ones – blues, greens – recede.