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

Mariya Popandopulo, Photographer & Illustrator

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13 Lessons (21m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:13
    • 2. Rule Of Thirds

      3:05
    • 3. Symmetry

      3:15
    • 4. Repetitions and Patterns

      1:57
    • 5. Leading Lines

      0:55
    • 6. Framing

      2:02
    • 7. Adding People

      3:14
    • 8. Go Big, Go Small

      2:31
    • 9. Don't Forget to Look Back

      0:52
    • 10. Make a mini-project

      1:00
    • 11. Find a Higher Ground

      0:23
    • 12. Conclusion

      0:25
    • 13. Class project

      0:28

Project Description

For the class project, I want you to go through your old or recent travel pictures and find a couple of those that you like the most.

Post them to the class project section along with a description - why you like it and what kind of composition techniques you see in it - rule of thirds, framing, symmetry, etc. 

In addition if you want some practice I challenge you to go outside to make some new ones implementing tips and techniques discussed in this class and post them here as well.

Have fun! =)

Prefer traveling light with your phone camera instead of bulky DLSR?

I've got you covered with an iPhone photography class

Be sure to check it out to take your mobile photography to the next level! =)

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Music in intro and conclusion: “Singing In The Rain (Instrumental)” by David Mumford

Licensed under Attribution License

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