How does a photographer define Composition

January 14, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

A photograph can be defined as a the reproduction of an image on a flat surface. The image captures a moment in time. The elements that make up that photograph and how they are arranged is called a composition.

The composition is determined by:

     a)The main subject.

     b)The elements included in the photograph.

     c)Secondary elements.

     d)How much of the frame is filled by the main subject.

     e)The location of the main subject(bottom, middle, or top).

The composition, therefore, is the arrangement of different elements that communicate a subjects artistic interpretation. The successful photographer uses a photograph to tell a story through his or her own eyes and how they felt.

 

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