Course: Composition in Photography
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Composition in Photography Course Overview
Composition refers to the way you arrange different elements in your photos.
And by learning the basics of composition, you can take your photos from good…
…to absolutely, 100%, jaw-droppingly great.
Really, composition is one of only a few topics that you must learn if you want to be a great photographer.
Which means that, if you don’t already feel comfortable creating breathtaking compositions, then this course is perfect for you.
Now, it’s true:
Composition can be a bit intimidating when you’re starting out.
But, by the end of these 18 lessons, you’re going to be a composition expert.
(And it isn’t actually that hard. I promise!)
Here’s what you can look forward to in this course:
- Learning key compositional rules and guidelines that will help you compose powerful images in no time at all
- How to work with colors and color theory for impactful photos
- Where to position your main subject in the frame
- How to break key compositional “rules” for gorgeous results
- Much, much more!
Completing this course will help you:
Who is the course for?
If you ever struggle to position your main subject, to identify beautiful compositions on the fly, or to use color and geometry for stunning results, then this is the course for you.
Even if you’re relatively familiar with basic compositional concepts (e.g., the rule of thirds or the importance of negative space), if you’re looking for advice on using color, textures, and geometry, then I recommend you give this course a try!
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LESSON 1: Composition in Photography
LESSON 2: Symmetry in Photography
LESSON 3: Using Lines in Photography
LESSON 4: Diagonals in Photography
LESSON 5: Triangles in Photography
LESSON 6: Patterns in Photography
LESSON 7: Zone Focusing
Color in photography is something that you absolutely must pay attention to for great photos.
LESSON 8: Colors in Photography
LESSON 9: Movement in Photography
LESSON 10: Rules of Third in Photography
Focus peaking is very useful for many photographers. Discover what it is and how it works–so you can capture sharp photos all the time!
LESSON 11: Golden Ratio in Photography
LESSON 12: Golden Triangle Photography