Practicing squares with points and geometry


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Practicing squares with points and geometry

Working with squares is very different than working with rectangles as we discussed earlier. So I want you to get out and practice that right now. For subject matter, stick with the points and geometry thing we have been working on. Find good strong point type objects to compose around, or work with lines or shapes or feel free to mix it up, practice combining them. Anything that is striking your eye or feeling like something you want to practice, just keep it in a square frame. Now remember when you're shooting squares, you're no longer thinking in thirds. You are not weighting one third against each other.

You are going to work corners. You are going to try and weight corners against each other. Now, you can work with the sides of the frame, but when you do that, you'll typically just be bisecting the frame and playing one side directly against another, not having that extra third in the middle. Squares are a great way to frame something in the dead center of your image. That...

Practicing squares with points and geometry
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Practicing squares with points and geometry provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Foundations of Photography: Composition

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