Criticism and discussion about clicks to improve composition, skill

#16 Aug 25th, 2016, 18:40
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If you are a newcomer ( Or a master photographer ) please don't focus too much on composition. It's all about emotion ! See things in your own way . Pour out all your emotions into it . Spend time with your camera on streets / within a room / trains / buses / nature . Click as many photos as you can & have look at each shot vividly after you reach home, compare them. Try to learn to choose the proper freezing point. You will get nice photos . It seems , you possess a nice sense of composition
#17 Aug 25th, 2016, 18:46
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AG has suggested a very important thing. I have read the following book and have not read a better book on photography composition till date. worth reading again and again till the whole thing becomes your muscle memory. http://digital-photography-school.co...reeman-review/
#18 Aug 26th, 2016, 16:11
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It's really very important and practical way to improve. Thank you for the suggestion. And Somnathda I have downloaded the ebook version of the book and I am going through it.
#19 Sep 13th, 2016, 23:11
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At first I want to say anybody who wants suggestions for her/his photographs can post in this thread. But it seems everyone is pretty much confident about her/his clicks here, except me!
Now here is my two clicks:
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#20 Sep 14th, 2016, 09:48
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Somnath da..I read it a few times , very beautiful book , particularly the repertoire section is a useful guide for quick composition.
#21 Sep 14th, 2016, 10:44
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Originally Posted by sindabad View Post Somnath da..I read it a few times , very beautiful book , particularly the repertoire section is a useful guide for quick composition.
Yes , one of the few books that actually influences our works.

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