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The photo is an example of leading lines because of the lines in the building. The photographer uses rule of thirds, color, and is taken from worms eye view.

What Time Of Day Are You?

The photo is an example of leading lines because of the lines in the building. The photographer uses rule of thirds, color, and is taken from worms eye view.

Love this picture it off centers the horizon line to up and down creating an illusion. Mattie Portash

Love this picture it off centers the horizon line to up and down creating an illusion. Mattie Portash

P Angstadt making ordinary extraordinary. form/function. ergonomics. abstraction. multiple views. blow ups. space. line quality. value. texture. juxta.

P Angstadt making ordinary extraordinary. form/function. ergonomics. abstraction. multiple views. blow ups. space. line quality. value. texture. juxta.

Experiment with different perspectives and framing. Up high, down low, bird's eye view, up close and personal. Fill your frame, cut things in half, zoom in on details. Explore all the different techniques available to you when it comes to composition (rule of thirds, leading lines, texture, shape, color, cropping, focus etc). Try and create an image you haven't seen before.

Experiment with different perspectives and framing. Up high, down low, bird's eye view, up close and personal. Fill your frame, cut things in half, zoom in on details. Explore all the different techniques available to you when it comes to composition (rule of thirds, leading lines, texture, shape, color, cropping, focus etc). Try and create an image you haven't seen before.

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