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11 Photography Tutorials To Help Improve Composition

Learn how to use lines, patterns and symmetry to improve the composition of your shots.

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As patterns, lines and symmetry surround us, it makes sense to use these features to help us create interesting compositions which in turn, produce a great photograph. So, to help you on your journey to creating better compositions, here's 11 tutorials that use lines, symmetry and patterns as ways to enhance images. 

Photo by Robin Whalley

 

Pattern

 

Rock pattern

Photo by Peter Bargh

 

Shoot Patterns In Architecture

Photo by Peter Bargh

 

Ice Patterns

Photo by David Clapp

 

Lines in the landscape

Photo by David Clapp

 

Vertical lines

Photo by David Clapp

 

Horizontal Lines

Photo by David Burleson

 

How To Use Lines In Your Photography

Photos by Ben Boswell

 

Tree Lines

Photo by David Clapp

 

When Are Converging Verticals A Good Thing?

Photo by David Clapp   

 

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