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9 Composition Rules For Landscape Photography

We've got 9 tips and rules on composition to share without landscape photography fans.

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Photographer Toma Bonciu, aka 'Photo Tom', has added a new tutorial to his YouTube channel that's sticking with the landscape theme but this time, it's all about the rules of composition

In the video tutorial, which is under 10 minutes long so you can watch it on your break, Toma uses his own photos to demonstrate how lines, shapes, movement in clouds, vignettes and more can help guide the eye and create a more pleasing tutorial. 

Other tips include filling the frame, using the middle of the photo to centre attention, using a 'pop' of natural colour to make a particular subject stand out and taking advantage of negative space

Enjoy the tutorial and if you have any useful tips, please do share them below. 

 

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