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8 Top Tips For Framing & Composing In The City

City photography fans take note! We have some top framing and composition tips to share with you.

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Following on from their urban lifestyle photography shoot, our friends COOPH are staying in the city for their new video tutorial that's all about framing & composition. 

Using the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III, the COOPH team, along with Niklas Nischke, headed to Munich to share some fun tips on how to frame and compose your shots in city environments that will, hopefully, give your urban-themed images plenty of aesthetic structure.

 

Patterns in the city

 

Tips include using the rule of thirds when shooting landscapes in urban environments, looking for shadows, searching out patterns, using negative space and making use of simple, one-colour backgrounds to make subjects 'pop'.

 

Patterns in the city

 

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your camera, head for the city and share your results with us in our gallery.

You might also want to check out these awesome COOPH tutorials: 

 

Portraits in the city

 

Using negative space

 

Shadows

 

Stairs

 

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14 Apr 2018 2:32PM
Interesting tips, except for the disturbing music !

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