Three Simple Landscape Photography Composition Tips

Composition is the most important part of how you design your photo. It cannot be understated how important it is for a good viewer experience. These three tips should help you on your way.

Composition is one of the hardest elements to master in any kind of photography. It is one of those things that often take years and lots of experience to become confident with. In the above video, I share three simple and uncommon tips for composition in landscape photography. The video is the third in a series of videos on composition, and the other two also deliver some important tips.

One of the tips is to turn your subject or focal point of the scene the right way. I often see churches, houses, trees, or other objects turned out of the frame. This often leads to unease or unbalance, which is rarely a warranted effect. Most often, the fix is easily made by moving the camera a little to one side or another. Other times, you have to work a little more for it.

Have a look at the video. I would love to hear if you have more uncommon tips for composition. Write down below and let us share some knowledge.

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Timothy Lambert's picture

Love the thoughts you had with each photo. It will help me with my future landscape photos. Thanks