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Composition – perspective, depth, and scale.
West Branch of the Westfield River in Chesterfield, Massachusetts. Just below Chesterfield Gorge.
This is the fifth in my series of ten photo tip videos, and like the last couple of tips, this one deals with composition, specifically how lens choice effects perspective and in turn how your viewer relates to a photo because of that perspective. I also discuss creating visual depth in a photo and how to define scale in your images. You can watch the video below and get a more detailed explanation in this blog post on my website.