Photography Composition Masterclass: Controlling The Frame / Abstract Composition Parts 11 & 12

Mark Timberlake, Teaching Skills

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11 Videos (1h 10m)
    • Module 11 01 Introduction

      0:28
    • Module 11 02 In The Frame

      14:09
    • Module 11 03 Isolating The Subject

      8:19
    • Module 11 04 Negative Space

      5:28
    • Module 11 05 Framing Your Subject

      7:17
    • Module 11 06 Activities

      12:31
    • Module 12 01 Introduction

      0:26
    • Module 12 02 Abstract Images

      5:54
    • Module 12 03 Seeing Like An Architect

      5:29
    • Module 12 04 Strong Visual Elements

      9:12
    • Module 12 05 Activities

      0:44

About This Class

Controlling The Frame - Creative Photography Composition Masterclass Part 11

Did you know that everything within the frame can either add or subtract from your subject?

That an image can fail to make an impact when this principle is not understood and applied?


Learn How Take Control Of What Goes Into The Frame

Everything in the frame either adds and subtracts.

In this course you will learn what elements will support an image and what elements detract.  Using illustrative examples we will see this principle in action which will aid you to set your frame correctly when capturing your image.

Your photography will change dramatically when you learn to see everything beyond the subject.  When you learn to conscientiously pay attention to every element in the frame your photography will improve dramatically..  

This course will go through the all important element of isolating your subject.  It will also explore the powerful impact of using negative space in your images to convey a whole range of different messages.

Lectures included:

  • In The Frame
  • Isolating The Subject
  • Negative Space
  • Framing Your Subject
  • Activities

Abstract And Geometric Composition - Creative Photography Composition Masterclass Part 12

Are you ready to step beyond the traditional photographic composition rules and techniques?

To try your hand at producing abstract images and those with geometrical design?

Do you want to greatly improve your compositional skills?


Learn How To Enjoy Creating Abstract And Geometrical Images

An abstract image is one where the identity of the subject is not necessarily obvious or recognizable and the pattern, shapes and colours of the object becomes the subject instead.  

In this course you will learn advanced compositional skills.  Using various illustrative examples of abstract images you will learn how to find and take great abstract images.  

You will learn how to start seeing like an architect which will greatly help your compositional skills.  The architect has learned to see in lines, space and shapes.  

By placing our own architect glasses on we can start observing geometrical designs all around us in buildings and in nature and learn to recognise good composition.  

When you learn to see beyond the subject into it’s design elements a whole new world of understanding composition starts to open up.

This course also covers how to utilize strong visual elements such as arrows, repeating patterns, reflection and shadows plus many more to create powerful images.

Lectures included:

  • Abstract Images
  • Seeing Like An Architect
  • Strong Visual Elements
  • Activities


Ready For The Next Module In The Masterclass?

This course is part of a much larger masterclass, so please make sure you check the other modules out.

Join Us

So join us in the course so that you can explore advanced compositional techniques to take your photography to a whole new level.

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Mark Timberlake

Teaching Skills

Mark runs a marketing company called SME Heroes, which specializes in training on all things to do with online course creation and online marketing.

He has extensive experience with online business in various forms over the last 14 years and loves to share his hard won lessons and techniques for online business success.

In addition he also has over 12 years experience in online retail and over 5 years experience as a commercial photographer.

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