Photo Composition Photo Shoot by marie-claire broohm

This is an example of a balanced photo. A balanced photo is even in terms of light and subject. When you fold it in half, it will most likely be even.
This is an example of a loosed-framed photo. It is spacious and the subject of the photo isn't that focused on.
This is an example of a tight-framed photo. A tight framed photo has the subject of the photo actually focused on.
This photo is an example on leading lines. This photo gives you somewhere to look at by LEADING you there.
This photo is an example of rule of thirds. When you take this photo you should imagine breaking it down into thirds.
This photo is an example of geometric shapes. They have varieties of shapes in all sizes.
This is my favorite photo that I've taken. It has loose-framing and leading lines. The loose-framing is when you focus on everything in the photo, but the middle. For leading lines there is a little path leading you somewhere in the photo.

My Reflection

I learned that when you take photos, listen to the rules of "photo composition". Like balance, loose & tight framing, leading lines, rule of thirds, and geometric shapes. You use these rules whenever you want to take a nice and detailed photo. During this photo shoot, I've listened and took the photos with these rules. Looking back at this, I'm glad that I took these photos.

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