Photographic Composition - YouTube Videos

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Free Photography Lessons, Part 2: Composition -- 8.83 min. - 4.97 user rating
I gladly offer this basic, 5-part series of photography lessons FOR FREE! Our world has become increasingly visual in the way we communicate. We not only take more pictures, we show them, send them and display them to more eyes than ever before. Wouldn't it be nice to capture and show better pictures? In this series, I get us thinking about... 1. How to tell a story with our photographs by understanding the 4 dimensions associated with the art. 2. The basic elements of "composing" our ...

Photographer John Woodward on Composition -- 3.40 min. - 4.86 user rating
Watch a clip from the Beauty and the Beast photography seminar. John Woodward explains composition.

Photo Composition 101 -- 2.18 min. - 4.10 user rating
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Dutch Tilt | Composition Lesson 11 | Photography School -- 1.05 min. - 4.73 user rating
This is a quick and simple lesson on the Dutch Tilt. Very easy to learn and add a new look to your images. This lesson was brought to you by: www.michaelthemaven.com

Photography Tips : Photography Basics: Composition -- 1.57 min. - 4.00 user rating
In photography, good composition takes advantage of trying to bring the viewer's eye to the center of the picture. Study classical portraiture to see examples of good composition with help from a photographer in this free video on photography basics. Expert: Richard Petty Contact: www.richardpettyphotography.com Bio: Richard Petty primarily shoots wedding portrait and dance photography. He has over 30 years of experience in photography, with the last seven years spent doing wedding ...

Landscape Photography - Composition and Framing Tutorial -- 3.85 min. - 5.00 user rating
This is just a quick tutorial on landscape photography composition and framing. www.landscapephotographytipsblog.com Please feel free to comment.

How to get a vivid image using colour and composition -- 1.63 min. - 3.50 user rating
This tip was shot on a one to one photography training day, and shows how to get a vivid image by thinking about your composition to maximise use of contrasting colours

How to isolate your subject and improve composition -- 1.10 min. - 3.33 user rating
This tip was shot on a one to one photography training day, and shows how you can make a rectangle with your hands to simulate how a long lens can isolate an image and a wide lens will show all the clutter. It's a rough guide to help with in-camera composition.

Composition Rule 3 - The Rule of Thirds -- 5.55 min. - 4.50 user rating
This is the easiest rule of composition to use. The Rule Of Thirds. If you like it, please visit my website www.BCphoto.biz for more.

My Composition and Photography -- 1.92 min. - 0 user rating
i am sorry for the bad singing :S i dont do singing lessons so.......... you know. i had to do a composition for school so this is my first one (Y) hope you like it. leave a comment : )

Photography and music combined video called composition -- 3.80 min. - 0 user rating
Composition is the most important elements in photography and is also the reason why most peoples snaps look like everyone else when on holiday. A good remedy is to spend a little time composing your shot, making sure the horizon is level and people are placed fully in the shot, no top of head missing or bottom of legs cut off. If you are going to crop people fill the whole frame. The best way to get good results is to take more pictures than you need, and select the one that you think is ...

Top Digital Photography tips: Arranging Your Shot -- 4.00 min. - 4.45 user rating
Learn basic tips about focusing, shutter lag, positioning your subject for dramatic impact, and how to use different angles and perspectives. Brought to you by HP and pro photographer and mom Tracey Clark.

PHOTOgraphy FUNdamentals -- 3.25 min. - 0 user rating
Made for my EDTEC 572 class, this video combines still photographs, text, and music to explain some basic concepts of photography composition.

Framing | Composition -- 1.28 min. - 4.78 user rating
This is a very quick lesson on the compositional technique of framing. Enjoy! Brought to you by: www.michaelthemaven.com

Free Photography Lessons, Part 5: People -- 6.73 min. - 4.84 user rating
I gladly offer this basic, 5-part series of photography lessons FOR FREE! Our world has become increasingly visual in the way we communicate. We not only take more pictures, we show them, send them and display them to more eyes than ever before. Wouldn't it be nice to capture and show better pictures? In this series, I get us thinking about... 1. How to tell a story with our photographs by understanding the 4 dimensions associated with the art. 2. The basic elements of "composing" our ...

Free Photography Lessons, Part 3: Exposure, Light & Color -- 9.98 min. - 4.97 user rating
I gladly offer this basic, 5-part series of photography lessons FOR FREE! Our world has become increasingly visual in the way we communicate. We not only take more pictures, we show them, send them and display them to more eyes than ever before. Wouldn't it be nice to capture and show better pictures? In this series, I get us thinking about... 1. How to tell a story with our photographs by understanding the 4 dimensions associated with the art. 2. The basic elements of "composing" our ...

Free Photography Lessons, Part 4: Focus & Lenses -- 6.65 min. - 4.85 user rating
I gladly offer this basic, 5-part series of photography lessons FOR FREE! Our world has become increasingly visual in the way we communicate. We not only take more pictures, we show them, send them and display them to more eyes than ever before. Wouldn't it be nice to capture and show better pictures? In this series, I get us thinking about... 1. How to tell a story with our photographs by understanding the 4 dimensions associated with the art. 2. The basic elements of "composing" our ...

PENTAX K-7 Composition Adjustment -- 0.52 min. - 5.00 user rating
This video short will introduce you to the PENTAX K-7's Composition Adjustment function. Utilize the K-7's Shake Reduction moving-sensor system to recompose your image on-the-fly. Perfect for tripod and macro work, this function allows you to recompose at full resolution without having to loosen your tripod or move your macro rail.