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Composition in Photography in 3 Easy Steps

Kasia Banasiak, photographer

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6 Videos (16m)
    • Intro

    • Choose Your subject

    • Draw Attention To Your Subject

    • Make It Simple

    • Bonus lesson

    • Class Project


About This Class


Hello, my name is Kasia, I am a freelance photographer.

I have graduated from NYIP course in professional photography.

In my lessons, I would like to teach you useful techniques and how to apply them.

In this lesson, I’m going to share with you 3 things you always need to keep in mind when composing a picture.

Do you want to know how to take amazing pictures with your phone or any other camera?

Do you want to make your photography better than just a snapshot?

Do you want to consciously create an image instead of just hoping that your photo is going to come out ok?

In this lesson, I’m not only going to tell you those 3 guidelines.

I’m also going to explain what to do to achieve a desirable effect.

I’m going to explain how to make the subject of your image understandable to the viewer.

How to  focus viewer’s attention on what you are trying to say.

How to get across a simple message!

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7 of 7 students recommendSee All

Great short class covering several rules for good photo composition. The principles are illustrated throughout with numerous lovely photos, and the summaries at the end of the main lessons, as well as the bonus lesson, are very helpful.
Debbie Hart

Freelance Folk Artist

Not only is the photographer knowledgeable and esy to listen to but her images are an inspiration to go out and . shoot. Thank you.
great! i like your lessons :)





Kasia Banasiak


This is a link to my backstage video ;)

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I have been photographing since 2007, that's when I decided to move to the UK and explore. Photography has always been my love, however, at the very beginning, I wasn't great. I was trying to learn how to become a professional photographer and develop my own style then, after few years of self-teaching, I've graduated from the NYIP...

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