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Free Guide: Basics of Composition in Photography

Do you want to learn how to best arrange the elements of a photograph to capture the best shot? Check out this guide

In photography, as much as in other art forms, capturing the perfect shot requires a good subject that can tell a story and some fundamental skills: one of these skills is getting the right composition.

Photojournalist and documentary filmmaker Giulia Candussi (@giulia_candussi) can teach you how to take high-quality photos that can convey your unique vision. One of the essential skills is knowing how to guide the viewer’s gaze towards the most salient elements of your image; in other words, using adequate composition.

Photojournalist and documentary filmmaker Giulia Candussi can teach you how to take high-quality photos.

In this resource, Giulia shares key criteria for you to follow to ensure your composition is effective. Rule of thirds, horizontal line, point of view, and more are elements of composition that help you make decisions when capturing that shot.

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One of the essential skills is knowing how to guide the viewer’s gaze towards the most salient elements of your image.

Giulia’s five-page guide will give you tips on framing your pictures, where to place the focus of the image, and everything you need to know for turning your snapshot into excellent photos.

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Preview of the 5 pages PDF

After clicking on the button below, you will find a file in .pdf format in the Downloads folder on your computer containing the Free Guide: Basic Composition in Photography, by Giulia Candussi.

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This download will only be available until June 6, 2021. If you want to access the material after that date, you can sign up to Giulia Candussi’s course Beginner’s Photography: Basic Camera Use and Theory.

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