Travel Photography for Beginners: Let’s Talk About Composition!

Mariya Popandopulo, Photographer & Illustrator

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13 Videos (21m)
    • Introduction

      1:13
    • Rule Of Thirds

      3:05
    • Symmetry

      3:15
    • Repetitions and Patterns

      1:57
    • Leading Lines

      0:55
    • Framing

      2:02
    • Adding People

      3:14
    • Go Big, Go Small

      2:31
    • Don't Forget to Look Back

      0:52
    • Make a mini-project

      1:00
    • Find a Higher Ground

      0:23
    • Conclusion

      0:25
    • Class project

      0:28

About This Class

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In these short and sweet series of “Travel Photography for Beginners” classes I will talk about light, composition, making portraits and some other helpful tips you may find quite useful. I decided to break these topics into separate classes so it will be easier to digest.

This is the second class of the series and here I will talk about Composition

  • What to look for in a picture?
  • How capturing details can help you tell a fuller story about your traveling?
  • Why looking back is a good thing?
  • Why places overcrowded with tourists aren't’ necessary a bad thing (photography wise)  and many more.

So, press enroll button and lets talk about composition!

Oh, one more thing!

For those of you who are not on premium membership, here is a link for a free enrollment in this class =) There are 40 free places currently.

And for those who want to upgrade to premium membership, get 3 months of Skillshare Premium for only $0.99  Here is my link to use that offer

Have a great day! =)

61 of 62 students recommendSee All

easy to understand. tools you can use straight away.
Hayley Brennan

New to blogging

I highly recommend taking the four-class series. Together, these courses will give you an excellent background to taking memorable travel pictures with good light, compelling composition and interesting people. The final course is a summary of using the essential tools in Lightroom – very useful especially if you decide to shoot in RAW format. The presentation is pleasant, easy to understand and uses very appropriate visual samples to illustrate the instruction.
Excellent class, great techniques explained well. Good use of example photos. Class project is a great idea.

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Mariya Popandopulo

Photographer & Illustrator

Hi! My name is Mariya and I am photographer and illustrator based in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

I never could quite decide what do I love more - photography or illustrations, so Im doing both =D

Here is my little photography blog

I also have illustrations portfolio on Behance

My preferred social media currently is Instagram (no surprise here =D)

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