Whether photography is an art form has been debated for decades and there are supporters and detractors on both sides of the argument. One thing that everyone agrees upon is that photography is a very technical art form and requires an artist to know more about the technical side of it (compared to the other visual art forms), which is ever evolving. This doesn’t mean that a photographer can ignore aesthetics and image compositional theories that have been followed by other visual artists throughout the history. As many photographers evolve from trigger happy snap-shooters to visual artists, they look for ways to incorporate aesthetics and image compositional elements into their work. Please join the shutterbugs for an evening of presentation that covers some of these elements with examples of their usage in photography. After the presentation we will leave the floor open for discussion of the conceps covered in the presentation and QnA.