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How To Use Lines or Patterns in Photography

2019-09-10
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When composing your nature shots, the lines or patterns you identify can add a helpful flow or rhythm. They can even create drama and tension to give you more visually-striking photos. With this handy infographic, understand how incorporating lines or patterns in your shots of the great outdoors can help improve your photography.

Composition is one of the first steps to help your photos stand out. After you’ve learned how to use Rule of Thirds and Golden Ratio in photography, check out how Rule of Space helps you compose stronger and more engaging photos. Then discover how using Rule of Odds and Rule of Symmetry results in well-balanced photos that are naturally pleasing to the eye. If you're looking to try your hand at photographing wildlife, check out Capture Wildlife From a New Perspective With Canon PowerShot SX70 HS.

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