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Here are our picks for the best pictures from the past week. We have included pictures from all of our best posts. Do you have an image of something cool you’d like to share with us? Just click on the Upload Photos and you might see it in the Best Photos of the Week!
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This month's Boost Your Photography: 52 Weeks Challenge is focusing in on the basic elements of composition: line, shape, form or volume, texture, and color. This week your challenge is to pay attention to shape. See how thinking about shapes can help you grow in your photography. (Click here to read part 1, The Line.) Shape Photography, by its very nature, takes a three-dimensional world and renders it in two dimensions. A study of shape moves us from the one-dimensional focus of the line…
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This is a complete guide to Rule of thirds in photography in 2021. Learn more about how to use it to instantly improve your photos and stand out.
Every photograph has a frame. By its very nature, the top, bottom, and sides of a photo, be it digital or printed are the boundaries of our composition. However, composition does not have to stop at the physical or digital edges of our images. Very often we add an extra frame to the outside of our images. This could be a photo frame for a print or a black border for a digital image. Both will change the composition of the image.
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