When a photo tells a story and uses several objects to tell it, that can be a lot for your audience to digest. To make sure they know how to read the photo, position the different parts of its composition so that the photo forms a single, balanced whole. The photo shouldn’t feel like one side or the other is too “heavy.” Let’s take a look at today’s article at how to use composition to get a correctly balanced picture.
Tired of normal photography? Try some tricks! For example, try capturing the world around you with your lens in your left hand, a few millimeters in front of the camera and detached from it. Since you can turn it to the sides, you can easily change the focal plane and get some exceptional effects.