Capturing History in Washington DC: Working on Composition (5 of 12)

Working on Composition

A third learning I tried applying was something that I learned with Linda about what makes a beautiful photo: lines, curves, textures, and patterns. The “effect-to-skill” ratio is very high, meaning that it requires minimal composition skill and produces a high impact.

16mm, 1/500s, f/8.0, ISO 160

29mm, 1/1250s, f/4.0, ISO 200

18mm, 1/200s, f/14, ISO 200

62mm, 1/80s, f/18, ISO 200

38mm, 1/250s, f/5,6, ISO 800, – 2/3 EV

12mm, 1/1250s, f/5.0, ISO 100

You can read the full story “Capturing History in Washington DC” by clicking on these links:
1. Introduction     2. Gear Preparation     3. Lincoln Memorial
4. Catching Light     5. Working on Composition     6. Capturing Details
7. Working the Magic     8. Going Wide     9. Air and Space Museum – Heaven and Hell
10. Touched by History     11. Telling a New Story     12. Conclusion

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