Learning how to use composition is the one way you are guaranteed to improve your outdoor photography. Composition is the arrangement of the subjects that make up your photograph.
Artists, like famous painters, have used composition essentials for centuries. Photographers today can do the same! Knowing how and where to place the objects in your photographs leads to an organized image that makes sense to your viewers.
In this video class, you’ll learn how to use composition essentials in outdoor photography so you can start taking better photos.
We will go into the field to look at composition basics that you can use as guidelines in your outdoor photography. Not only that, but we will also discover when you can break those rules to develop your own creative vision.
In addition to the detailed video instruction you will receive, this class will provide you with some free downloadable PDF resources including a class guide that you can use to follow along and better visualize the composition principles we will be discussing. You’ll also receive a resource to better visualize some of the composition basics for outdoor photography.
After the class, you will be confident in creating organized photos using your new composition knowledge for grand scenes, small detail photography, and wildlife photography.
NOTE: You’ll receive this Class video instruction in two forms: As on-demand streaming video (in your WWGOA Account); and as a physical DVD, mailed to you.