Photography Composition – Beginner Photography Tutorial



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Let’s talk about composition today. Here are some of my tips for improving your photography composition.

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33 thoughts on “Photography Composition – Beginner Photography Tutorial

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    This video has been helpful. Understanding the rules of composition before we deviate from them, makes sense. It reminds me of something you said in another video pertaining to using the priority modes on a DSLR camera. Having a fundamental understanding of how the camera works in those modes, as opposed to just using those settings. Very good video. Thank you.

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Hey, this was super helpful! Just started photography as a hobby this Fall, and noticed that some photos "felt" good, and some "felt" awkward – unbalanced, pointless, bland. Looking over my more successful photos, the ones that worked followed (unintentionally) these suggestions. Now that I have a more systematic understanding, am looking forward to taking more good photos! Thanks so much, Hyun.

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    I never thought I could last 10min listening to one man talking 'til I watched this. I was surprised myself. Very useful information. Great content. Thank you! 😊

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    MAAAN , I LOVE your tutorials , So much fun and informative . Specially the way you deliver the your idea using editing and all that interactive stuff , Hope you keep going and see you rocking

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Thank you sir. I Judy bought a Nikon recently and this helps me so much. I saw your video on photography for beginners. Very helpful. Keep it up brother. Thanks

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Distinguishing between a musician and someone who is just randomly banging keys on a piano (freeform quote) ? Ever had the displeasure of listening to free-jazz? XD

    Jk (well, I genuinely dislike it but I guess you still have to be quite good in order to play decently) (edit: this lower segment)

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Very informative! Thank you so much for your easy explanations you really know your stuff. I love this channel

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    You hit the point there, the technique seems easy on paper but it’s hard when it comes to actually capture the photo. Good tips here Ralph, thanks for reminding us again 👍 the composition really makes or breaks the photo 🙂

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Never really thought about hierarchy when it comes to the focal point. I like using natural framing quite a bit. Love the rule of thirds. I'm always cutting Nabol's head and he hates it. LOL Yes! Photos closer to the floor are some of my favorites. Really enjoyed this video, Ralph. Thanks for the tips.

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Very informative Ralph.👍 Composition is really very important to tell a story or what you want people to see with your photos.👌 btw like all your photos. Never really use rule of thirds just use what i think is right for that photo lol but now that i watched your video will definitely pay more attention about it. Great video Ralph.✌🏻

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    That’s a great tips Ralph! Photography it’s not that easy it’s taking so much time.
    Thanks for explaining all of this.
    We need fix our pictures so this video help a lot. Will definitely have to do what you said and hopefully we can make it better.

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Far too many vids on YouTube focus on shapness & way way too many on bokeh. Composition should be about 80-90 % of the vids. So this is very refreshing & sorely needed. Thank You very much for your effort here. The youngins just don't get enough of this.

  • November 21, 2020 at 19:18
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    Love this Ralph!
    I appreciate your examples and how you place certain messages to help us all see what you are talking about.

    I enjoy using geometry for our photos, but obviously you don’t find that everywhere.
    I learned the rule of thirds in film school, and they taught us how the human eye tend to go to each of the 4 corners and its order. It stick with me.

    Different perspectives are like a magic key. Show things from points most people don’t usually look from, that’s why drone shots are so like-able

    Landscape can be tricky, when we were in Utah I had a tough time liking my own photos because I didn’t want the beautiful landscape to look blah… and I had to move the focus up and down, left to right several times and shot shot shot.

    Love this video Ralph

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