[PDF/EBOOK] Mastering Composition author Richard Garvey-Williams


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Mastering Composition

Weight balance negative space depth and so on Author and professional photographer Richard Garvey Williams argues that success lies in a combination of four elements an impactful subject; dynamic composition; effective use of lighting; and perhaps the most crucial ability to invoke an emotional response in the viewer Citing examples gleaned from a study of history the Ancient Greeks' Golden Rule; Fibonacci's mathematical ratio; and the principles known as the Gestalt theory the author analyzes the concepts rules and guidelines that define successful composition in photography and offers practic. An excellent book on photography I read this one for The Bite Shot Bookclub and really gleaned a lot from itIt was super comprehensive which I devoured every morsel of especially since it included vocabulary such as emergence reification multistability amongst others which I had no idea how to construct certain elements to make them come together to tell such a meaningful storyI like how it showed side by side examples of cropped and uncropped images The theoretical concepts were well explained I really liked how it pointed out that in some instances neither style was wrong but may be dependent on whether the photographer wanted to convey sense of space or sense of depthI enjoyed the bits about image manipulation and how to relate them to the interesting concepts of right and left balance and overall shapeI think I would like to try photographing shadows The ideas explored about them in this book was greatThere is a lot packed into this book and I d say this would be a foundational read for every photographer

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Al guidance to achieving great results In clear concise and jargon free text he also considers the role of tone and color in good composition and offers invaluable tips and the tools to help the photographer take control of the creative process The book is illustrated with examples of the author's own beautiful nature photography along with diagrams and notation to explain techniues most clearly A final chapter in this definitive guide for all serious photographers discusses photography and its relationship to art before offering a considered conclusion to the exploration of this fascinating top. I am still reading and learning from this book but feel i want to leave a review anyway It is fantastic and introduces some amazing concepts and ideas into composing your photography I am reasonably new to photography but i feel even intermediate or expert photographers would gain extra knowledge from it Some simply stunning images are included all throughout Heartily recommended Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers your photography I am reasonably new to photography but i feel even intermediate or expert photographers would gain extra knowledge from it Some simply stunning images are included all throughout Heartily recommended

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Going beyond the rule of thirds this offers invaluable tips and tools to help the photographer take control of the creative process with emphasis on four elements an impactful subject dynamic composition effective use of lighting and an ability to invoke an emotional response in the viewerWhat makes a great photo Flicking through the pages of popular photography magazines you might get the impression that there’s only one rule of importance the rule of thirds Indeed it appears that some will judge the merit of a photograph based almost solely on this Rarely do you hear discussion about visual. I picked this up because the Bite Shot YouTube decided to do a book club and book one was this book I am not great at composition I tend to rush my photographs because I am worried about either the people with becoming impatient or being seen or I m just lazy This is something I want to work on for sure This book had lots of helpful points and lots of great information I highlighted many aspects My favorite chapter was 5 Applying the Theory specifically on intent mindset Defining my mindset behind my photography has been something on my mind and so we shall see where it goes With the photos included in this post my intent was to capture snowflakes and my mindset was to learn macro with my new lens


5 thoughts on “Mastering Composition

  1. says:

    I picked this up because the Bite Shot YouTube decided to do a book club and book one was this book I am not great at composition I tend to rush my photographs because I am worried about either the people with becoming impatient or being seen or I’m just lazy This is something I want to work on for sure This book had lots of helpful points and lots of great information I highlighted many aspects My favorite

  2. says:

    An excellent book on photography I read this one for The Bite Shot Bookclub and really gleaned a lot from itIt was super comprehensive which I

  3. says:

    I am still reading and learning from this book but feel i want to leave a review anyway It is fantastic and introduces some amazing concepts and ideas into composing your photography I am reasonably new to photography but i

  4. says:

    Lots of good information and fantastic images to reference Some of the information I felt went a little overboard and seemed to make a big hoopla out of nothing but I still enjoyed it

  5. says:

    ½ Lots of good information about composition but much of it was a repeat for me The best tools at our disposal for mastering composition are not bought at a camera store

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