Jim Zuckerman

Focusing on Image Composition

Jim Zuckerman
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When you find a beautiful subject, it’s always a good idea to spend time working the scene. When professional photographer, Jim Zuckerman, finds a classic New England church in Maine, he tries different techniques to get the optimum photo composition.

He photographs the church with a wide angle zoom and includes the rolling grass and autumn trees. You will learn how to avoid lens flare, how to adjust exposure compensation, how to overcome high contrast lighting, and why various lens positions give you the best choices for your final image composition.

Follow pro shooter, Jim Zuckerman, as he works the scene to capture an unforgettable old church.



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