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We've reached the end of this course, but you are far from the end of your education and understanding of composition. That will continue for as long as you keep shooting. These compositional building blocks that we've been working with, you will continue to find new depths to those and new ways of combining and working with those. I would also like you to think about the exercises we've done, not as something that you have completed, but as something that you can return to, for two reasons. One, there're still more to learn from those exercises. You can always go back to them and plum the depths a little bit deeper.
But you can also use those exercises for times when you're feeling stuck. If you're bored with what you are shooting, if you're feeling like you're not seeing anything, if you're feeling like you always compose things the same way, go back to these very basic exercises and work through them again. They may get your sense of seeing going and help you to explore some new ideas that you haven't yet discovered. Most important though, you've got to be out there with your camera practicing, so I would encourage you to turn off your computer now and get out there and do some shooting.
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