Composing for dynamic Images

November 12, 2013

Photo Tips: Digital photography in the snowA common misconception in photography is that if the subject is dynamic, the photograph will be dynamic, but that is not true. In fact, some of the most successful photography is when we take ordinary everyday things, and through composition, [..]

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