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March Meetup/April Meet Up Challenge

Steven B.
Milwaukee, WI
Post #: 15
Thank you to everyone who attended this evenings Meetup at the Middleton Library. We had over THIRTY people in attendance and had the opportunity to view some great B&W Photos. Our topic this evening "composition + design". If you were not able to attend, you are able to review what we discussed this evening here - 10 Top Photography Coposition Rules

The challenge for April is the following:

1. Choose Black & White or Color
2. Using the Rule of Thirds and two other composition "rules" create THREE (3) images to share during our Pick 3 discussion.
3. Upload your images to our Flickr Group and tag them "April2013Meeting"
3. In addition, this month please tag your photos with the FOUR (4) Composition Rules you followed in shooting/creating your images.

10 Top Photography Composition Rules
1. Rule of Thirds
2. Balancing Elements
3. Leading Lines
4. Symmetry and Patterns
5. Viewpoint
6. Background
7. Depth
8. Framing
9. Cropping
10. Experimentation

HAVE FUN!! if you have any questions, please respond to this post and I will get back to you within 24 hours.
Brian S
Madison, WI
Post #: 181
I'm a bit confused. We use three photos and do we use just one composition technique for each photo? One with rule of thirds, one with something else, and another one with something else? So three Composition Rules total? Why would we tag our photos with FOUR (4) Composition Rules?

I find #10 Experimentation somewhat hard to understand. Seems like it can be anything that isn't the other nine rules, right?
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