Do You Use Counterpoint?

by | Jun 4, 2013 | Tips & Tricks | 2 comments

I ran across a great article this morning by a pro landscape photographer who explains a key aspect of good composition: Counterpoint.

Do you know what it means? Do you know how to use it?

I learned a lot from this article and hope you find it helpful too! (You might need a magnifying glass to read it, but it’s the only format in which the entire article is available.)

Pro Talk-Counterpoint

If you’re new to landscape photography, there should be some good articles about the basics of landscape photography at this link, though those articles I haven’t reviewed.

2 Comments

  1. Tony

    Well, I really like your top image, it’s a beautiful image, so is the author image in the article. Counterpoint or no counterpoint…your image works perfectly!! I think you’ve got it!

    Reply
    • James Staddon

      Hi Tony, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I spent some time over at your website and enjoyed your tips, perspectives, and images. How long have you been capturing Creation and the every-day life around you?

      Reply

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