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Photography Workshops Message Board › Beat the Cold with a red-hot composition workshop

Beat the Cold with a red-hot composition workshop

Ian M.
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Weymouth, MA
Do you know the rule of thirds? - want to know how to handle the other two thirds?

Want to learn how to always know where youyr viewer's eye will go in your image?

Than join us for our advanced composition class on Sunday in Pembroke and learn how to master some advanced composition skills in a mix of teaching and hands-on experience. 10am-4pm just $50

Just a few places left - check out the details at: -­

Leading the viewer's eye

How do you deliberately construct a photograph to lead your viewer's eye around the scene?

How can you know for sure that the viewer will see exactly what you want them to see?

" Art is not what you see, it's what you make others see" Degas

Beyond the simple application of the rule of thirds is a whole psychology and theory of composition which can help you understand where a viewer's eye will rest in your image and how you can take the viewer by the hand and lead them on a journey around your scene.

Go beyond the simple placement of image elements and learn how to understand the things which draw the viewer's eye. Learn how to construct a deliberate path through your image that a viewer is certain to follow. Learn the techniques and skills necessary to create real depth and interest in your image.

The workshop will run from 10am to 4pm and will begin indoors with an introduction to the necessary techniques and following a break for lunch will move outdoors for a period of practical exercises to hone your skills. Finally we will return indoors to review our work.

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