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10/09/2004 09:15:58 PM · #1
Originally posted by jodiecoston:

Lesson One of my free photo course might help.


That's really good. I learnt some more today. I'll try an assignment if I ever have time.
10/09/2004 09:14:23 PM · #2
Originally posted by jodiecoston:

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Lesson One of my free photo course might help.

Great tutorial site. Thanks and added to my futur must explore favorites list.
10/09/2004 09:02:31 PM · #3
Originally posted by jodiecoston:

Lesson One of my free photo course might help.


Thanks for posting this. Very useful. :)
10/09/2004 08:38:43 PM · #4
Jodie,

I just read your composition guide and it was extremely helpful. The way you laid it out and described everything made me recognize and think about compositional elements that I had never really given any thought to before - but I will now. :-)

Thanks!
10/09/2004 08:37:59 PM · #5
Originally posted by kyebosh:

Does anyone have any websites that give tutorials or tips for getting better framing, or on how to crop images? I think this is one of the things i'm weak at and it's so important! Thanks in advance!


Make your searches on 'photographic composition' instead of framing/cropping and you will find your answers :)
10/09/2004 08:18:28 PM · #6
I don't even own a camera but I am teaching photography to a group of students via this site using my knowledge in watercolor and music. Any art form can be useful in your quest. www.fountainstudio.com and www.art-wow.com are examples where tutorials on paintings can increase your comfort with framing, perspective and more...Music is more of a leap but composing and jaming is a pill to improve photos through exploration and bursts of creativity. My suggestion is to take astonishing amounts of photos of one or two subjects that you absolutely love over a long period of time. You will eventualy become a guru frame-cropper on such matters.
10/09/2004 08:08:02 PM · #7
Lesson One of my free photo course might help.
10/09/2004 08:04:04 PM · #8
Thanks Amason, I love those bird pictures in your gallery too!
10/09/2004 08:02:27 PM · #9
Originally posted by kyebosh:

Does anyone have any websites that give tutorials or tips for getting better framing, or on how to crop images? I think this is one of the things i'm weak at and it's so important! Thanks in advance!


I did a search with Google for you, it looks like that you can find the infos on this site useful: //photoinf.com/

10/09/2004 07:30:39 PM · #10
Does anyone have any websites that give tutorials or tips for getting better framing, or on how to crop images? I think this is one of the things i'm weak at and it's so important! Thanks in advance!
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