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Second article in our process to get the notion of photography composition layed down.

This article deals with Inner Framing, LInes & Curves and Point of View.

Please leave us comments if you found this helpful, if you find errors/mistakes or if you have ideas on how to improve it. Feedback is of great importance, and very welcome.


Originally submitted: Dec 15, 2003
Resubmitted: 22 May, 2007

Article by ~roy204
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TheGodofPegana Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012
Your composition tutorials are outstanding and so eloquently worded! I bow to you!
fluffmarsh Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a lot. These articles are really helpful.
LordAche Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2010

I read this articcle and went to the streets to practice. Thanks to you i made this photo


I really like it, even is almost the same than the one in the article.

Thank you!!
Art-of-ZugZug Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2010
Again, awesome tutorial. =) Thank you.
Argolith Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Great tutorial lots of good stuff in here!
llifi-kei Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2009
Thanks so much for the tips, I never knew about all this stuff before!
garota-da-ipanema Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2009
thank you so much! I love the way you explain everything :hug:
znow-white Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2008
Your wonderful tutorial has been featured here.[link]

Thank you for providing the gallery with such awesome Resources.:heart:
Neo-Br Featured By Owner May 14, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist

congrats!!! :D
eckoluis Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007  Professional Photographer
Its pretty useful....specially for those whose starting it up....thanks for the useful information...^____^ it really help...A lot!!!!

well if i may add...or make the tutoral more effective is...add some principle on how it will affect in their skill...and helps them how to generate more artistic subject in a simpliest form!^____^
WickedSpuddlz Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
Thanks again for another great article.
ayatseifelnasr Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007
when i pressed on download it said:file not found :S wat sould i do?!
photo-class Featured By Owner May 22, 2007
It's working now :)
mizzuae Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2005
svNightBlade Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2005
wow... everybody should first read these articles before making any photo :)
antifisher Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2005
this was really helpful..:)
soul-purpose Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2005
Thank you so much guys, these articles have helped me understand a little of why some of my photos did not work, even though subject and lighting were good. I will be back many times im sure to read the tutorials as i am jsut learning much about photography myself. Thanks again.

Leonardissimo Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2005   Photographer
Even after having some experience in photograhy it is still pleasant to read these 2 articles about composition. I quite liked the fact that in the first one things went beyond the plain presetation of the thirds rule.
I would also like a lot to read another article/tut or study about the point of view in very famous shots, where all the basic rules are successfully broken.
Anyway, keep on working, you do a fine job!
FreakdeWil Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2004
First of all: a great :clap: to you!!!

Great article again and thank you very much for the interesting informations!!!!

But there's also a little typing mistake in this article ^^;: Second paragraph under the headline "Point of View" (the d in the word and): This has, however, and enoying...
cryptix Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2004
:camera: wow! very helpful indeed. thanky you once again! :camera:
wickedoubt Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2004
thanks again
bluem00n Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2004
Yet another wonderful tutorial. I believe this one is better than the first. I think that the elements mentioned here are a lot more important than the rule of thirds. Mind you, a lot of the pictures shown here disregarded the rule of thirds.
But then again, maybe it's only my opinion because I come from a traditional background and take the rule of thirds for granted.
rapeseed Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
I am very impressed that someone is actually taking the time to make these tutorials, as they are a great help.
It's good to see someone sharing their knowledge.
Well chosen images really help to illustrate the point, and the tutorials are well written.
I'm looking forward to seeing more.
mystre Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Extremely useful :) Thank you so much... all of you...

that put such efforts into teaching.... I have honestly learnt more than I can handle at the moment hehehe I'm going to try and apply what you have taught....

again thanks again and god bless!
truazn637 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2004
wow, those are great tips, and Awesome photos. I will come back more often :D
semik Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2003
Another great tuturial! Perfectly done, I love how you used lots of example images. Thanks for stuff to think about... :worship:
dragonslayer777 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2003   Photographer
:clap: congrats on an article well written. I'm a little less dumb for reading it. When it snows here sometime soon I'm going to go take some pictures and put some of this new found knowledge to good use.
Cybrarian Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2003
Keep up the great work! That was a very useful article - I especially like the part about the framing...something I rarely think about.

:clap: Yay! Thanks!
hansepe Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003
Great article P - will be using this in comments, too!
ebonywintr Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003   Photographer
padilha Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003
Excellent once again. Please do keep it up, i'm eagger to learn more :)
Zorro40 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003  Hobbyist Photographer
Thx for sharing and help us:hug:
stratagem Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003
This article was a big help and has reminded me that it is not only the subject that is an important contributant to the whole picture. I'm going to start taking a different point of view when I capture images from now on (o:

Thanks a lot!


fotodevil Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003
Very nice work, just like Composition #1. When I start teaching my girlfriend about these things, I am going to point her here to read up!
blackzer0 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003
thanks again. I'm watching the series with eagerness.
soninha Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003  Hobbyist Photographer
:clap: congratas my dear , this is so fantasttic :clap:
CathieHeart Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003  Professional Interface Designer
I'm enjoying my classes with you guys, you make your point and then illustrate it so that we 'get' it as well. Lessons by example rather than by theory .. such a refreshing change.

Thank you.
b0x0rz Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2003
another GREAT work. i just love it how you explain it SO elegantly and easily :)
was looking forward to your next submission.

:hug: for all GREAT WORK that you are doing for the community and for me.
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