Rhythm

Dance to the visual Rhythm! So how does Rhythm in photography work? Rhythm can help create a visual beat. Repeated shapes and things in your picture can cause this. There are different types of Rhythm: Regular rhythm is when there are equally spaced objects repeating,...

Reflection

Reflections are all around us! We usually take pictures and capture reflections but we never really see them until we look at our photos afterwards. Here are a few steps to help you get better reflections in your photography.  While taking pictures, look all around to...

Minimalism

Sometimes, “less is more” in a picture. Simple lines, patterns, contrasts and one subject help guide the viewers eye, while also telling a story. When looking to snap that minimalist shot, look for lots of negative space. Compose your shot by deciding what to leave...

Pattern

Have you noticed that the world is full of interesting patterns? Why not try taking a photo of JUST the pattern by getting close and not showing anything else. It’s amazing how beautiful a simple pattern can be once you get rid of everything around it. Stop and look...

Framing

Don’t just take a normal photo… Frame it! So how does it work? Figure out what you want to take a photo of (your subject). Now look around to see if there is a way to frame or surround your subject with something else. (It can be anything!) Move around so...

One Point Perspective

Can you find a straight line? It can be a hall, a fence, a path, a stick, a row of things, or even an actual line! (Maybe it’s paint on the pavement.) Now… Put your camera in the middle and point it straight down to the end. You should have a photo that shows your...