Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by KmH, Jan 18, 2010.
Some very useful info, if you weren't already aware of it:
Similar to posing a group by using triangles
too much theory for me. Am old fashion, practice,practice practice, until my eyes and brain say. YEP.
i have seen this before and thought the same thing then as now, too many words but i haven't come up with a simple explanation so perhaps i should keep my mouth or rather fingers shut.
altho , i do discuss the importance of triangles in my classes so does that count:er:
very interesting and useful. Thanks
Useful info here. Thanks for posting this.
Love & Bass
Like the ROT, and other compositional considerations, it's a guideline that may or may not jibe with someones artistic vision.
However, if you want to maximize the visual impact of an image, particularly in a commercial context, it's worth having in your bag of tricks.
awesome man, keep up the great posts if you see anymore useful information!
This one I hadn't heard. Thanks Also learnt about the gridlines feature in lightroom so double thanks
I have been using the diagonal grid lines in LR for a while now, and I have to say - it is my favorite...
Wow, where I work we call that nuking something.
I don't get it...
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