Making beautiful memories while you are visiting means taking great photos is a must! Although there are many apps out there to help you take great photos, and selfie sticks also give you new angles and heights to play with, the best way to have the best photos is to take them yourself!
Here are 9 Photo Composition Tips featuring Steve McCurry that we wanted to share with out BnBHero readers!
Try them out and see if you can take amazing photos! Lets make even better memories of our trip to Korea together!
We thought it would be interesting to show you the examples used by the video, and then some examples we think were successful, but of Korea!
1. Rule of Thirds
Place points of interest on intersections !
Position Important Elements along the lines
2. Leading Lines
Use natural lines to lead the eye into the picture
Diagonal lines create great movement
Use natural frames like windows or and doors
5. Figure to ground
Find a contrast between subject and background
6. Fill the Frame
Get close to your subjects
7. Center dominant Eye
Place the dominant eye in the center of the photo
8. Patterns & Repititions
Patterns are aesthetically pleasing
Symmetry is pleasing to the eye
For more information, check out the video on youtube!
Aren’t they amazing? But as the video concludes, “Rules are made to be broken!” So w
Inspired by this WikiTree Post in Korean
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