The basic principles of any artistic composition concerns things which influence the way in which the components are used. In a landscape the components are such things as: ground form, structures & plants. Inside a building, the components are the walls, floor, ceiling, furniture, doors, perhaps the people in the room etc. When photographing people, the components are the background (sky, wall, tree etc), the foreground, the person, their clothing, anything they might be holding etc. Always, you need to see the components of a photograph organized into a pleasing composition of spaces to satisfy the affect desired by the photographer. Sometimes the photographer is able to move components to achieve a better composition.....at other times the photographer must move himself to a position which provides him with the best composition. Some of the principles which can be used are discussed below:

Unity

Balance

Proportion

Harmony

Contrast

Rhythm

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Genres Biography & Autobiography
Author Sylvia Day
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The Photographic Principles

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The basic principles of any artistic composition concerns things which influence the way in which the components are used. In a landscape the components are such things as: ground form, structures & plants.

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