Photography composition, like any art composition, depends on individual preference. Nevertheless, there are some rules which may be a great help for any photographer. Having said that, rules are, in my opinion, something which you have to work with well, get comfortable with, and then try to go beyond (read: break them).
What I’d like to share here is not some textbook based rules of photography composition, instead I’d write how to get creative around the basic rules to get amazing photos.
- Rule of thirds is still important – when you want to play around the photography composition, the basic foundation you should be comfortable with is the rule of thirds. This is simply where the viewer’s eyes are looking at when they see your images.
- Get out of common angle – An image of flowers taken from the side is boring. Try to take it from a lower angle, and capture the blue sky along with the flowers. Not only the color combination is more attractive to the eyes, but also the impact of low angle strengthens the flowers.
- Simpler is stronger – keep your