A few weeks ago Scott Kelby hosted the Google + conference in San Francisco. In this lecture from the event, Scott tries to shed light on to how photographers should really work their scenes to find the best composition. We've all been taught the tried and true methods like rule of thirds, leading lines, tight crop, repeating patterns, framing, and multi level depth. Shouldn't there be a better way to teach photographers how to compose a better image when a particular scene might not have these classical elements? This video is over an hour long but Scott makes it engaging as he reminds us all to work the scenes that initially grab our attention.