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Composing Better Travel Photos

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Use art and design fundamentals to turn your photos from good to great.

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  • Mary Fiore Wanderplex Cruising and Photography Contributor Fioreart.com
  •  What to include  Where to place it  What to avoid
  • Mentally divide the photo into thirds. Place the subject at a one third point.
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  • In the content of modern Rome the Coliseum appears crumbling. It is stronger and more imposing in the middle.
  • The background is too busy
  • Tamara de Lempicka Young Lady with Gloves
  •  Empty space invites the viewer in
  • Go from showing activity to capturing motion
  •  What to Include:  Uneven numbers  Color  Texture  Lines  Pattern  Framing  Action  Emotion  Open space  Different angles  Depth of field  Close ups and distance photos  Sense of place  Where to place it:  at a 1/3 position  In the middle  Facing in or out  What to Avoid:  Distracting backgrounds  Clutter  Too much in one photo
  •  Basics of Better Travel Photos  Capturing a Travel Destination  Getting the Most Out of Your Camera  Managing & Sharing Your Travel Photos  Photo Editing: Where the Magic Happens Watch for additional follow up presentations on:
  •  Photography and the Principles of Design http://www.slideshare.net/mrtayteachesart/pri nciples-of-design-in-photography A Beginner’s Guide to Capturing Motion in Your Photography http://digital-photography-school.com/a- beginners-to-capturing-motion-in-your- photography/
  •  http://digital-photography-school.com/5- elements-of-composition-in-photography/