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Wednesday Photography Tips: HORIZON

HORIZON PLACEMENT IN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY

The placement of the horizon makes a significant change in landscape photography. It can make your photo mediocre or excellent!

Here are a few tips for you to consider:

1- Regardless of the location of the horizon, try to keep it as straight as possible.
2- A little crooked horizon is annoying, Too much tilted is artistic!
3- Use the Rule of Thirds as a guideline for placing the horizon in photos.

Horizon in Centre

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Horizon Line in the centre of the frame. Kind of boring!

Horizon off Centre

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By setting the Horizon Line in the lower part of the frame ( Rule Of Thirds), I created a perfect photograph.

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