25 Great Shots That Use Roads and Paths to Enhance the Composition | Light Stalking

25 Great Shots That Use Roads and Paths to Enhance the Composition

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Landscape photography is very subjective, but most will agree that, to some form or another, following the rule of thirds will help achieve a great looking photo.  One way to do this is incorporating roads and paths into your frame that will enhance the overall composition of the photograph.  We've already showed you how to utilize the S-Curve in photography and many of these examples show you just how it's done.
Breaking up the frame with properly placed lines from roads, paths and trails can really help bring your photograph to the next level.

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    Mike Panic

    is a professional photographer. See his site at Mike Panic Photography.

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