How To Use Triangles In Your Composition

We love things in three. Threes appeal to our eye's need for balance. They provides movement and stability. We use the rule of thirds to place items strategically. We think about dividing our landscape photos into thirds of foreground, mid ground, and background.  Of course, our threesome wouldn't be complete without talking about the triangle. Find [...]
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How To Create A Flat Lay Image

Jeannie Thiessen is one of the kindest and most inspiration photographers I know. I love that she is always challenging herself to try new things. When I saw her flat lay images I knew we need to chat about her process. I think you'll love her photos just as much as you love the details [...]
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Inspiring Examples of How To Lead The Viewer’s Eye

The CaptureYour365 Community is FULL of amazing photos. Looking at other people's photos can teach us so much about composition, technique, and creativity. I sorted through the community and found FANTASTIC examples of leading the viewer's eye. I'll let the photos do the talking! Let's start with CY365 Team Member Deirdre Harger's image. Take a look at [...]
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Where The Eye Goes, The Eye Goes

Put a face in a frame and everything changes. I first heard the term eye-lines while reading the book The Photographer's Eye by Michael Freeman. He shows a powerful image of a young child monk looking directly into the camera. The eye lines don't end with that child however. The other children in the frame captivate [...]
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