Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Tips for Using Patterns in Photography

When you point your camera at a landscape or an object, do you ever look at the patterns that are there? This article from Picture Correct, gives you some ideas regarding using patterns in your photography to add something extra to the image. It is written by Wayne Turner who has been teaching photography for 25 years and has written three books on photography. He has also produced 21 Steps to Perfect Photos; a program of learner-based training using outcomes based education.

Patterns are basically just repeated shapes, objects or colors either ordered in precise formations or just random designs scattered across a scene. The important thing about patterns is that they create images that are very pleasing to the eye and add a new dimension to your photos.

Patterns can be found everywhere in our world, from natural forms to our urban and industrial environments. Use them effectively in an image and you’ll create a photo that is dynamic and attracts the eye to the main subject or focal point. It will help you learn digital photography in interesting ways.

Follow this link to read the article in full and to view some attractive pattern photosTips for Using Patterns in Photography – PictureCorrect

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