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Easy Composition Skills 

Two factors make a perfect photo, Exposure and Composition. In this post, I share a few easy composition skills for everyone to improve their photography. 

Easy Composition Skills:

There are many rules in photography, but these easy composition skills can enhance the picture quality immensely. Try them and let me know how you like them.

Easy Composition Rules

Easy Composition
Following these easy composition rules elevate your photography skills.

Easy Composition Rules

These basic rules help you to enhance photos effortlessly. 

A subject is in the centre of the frame:

If you wish viewers to stop looking around the frame, and stay with the main subject, use this skill. It is a STATIC composition.


A subject is Off-Centre:

Off-Centre composition encourages viewers to navigate around the frame and see the whole image. It is a DYNAMIC composition.


The Camera Orientation

You can use your camera in a HORIZONTAL (Landscape) or VERTICAL (Portrait) position. Each orientation offers different looks. For novice photographers, I suggest taking pictures in both directions to experiment and fine-tweak their skills.


There are many more composition skills. However, these tips are good starting points for beginners. 

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