Well done to the winners of this week’s assignment ‘Leading Lines’. This theme is set to test students’ response to our lesson on composition. Composition in photography is one of the most important thing to get right. A good use of composition can turn a mediocre subject into an outstanding picture, and it’s really easy to achieve.
Leading lines are used to lead the viewer’s eye to a particular part of the picture or just to lead you through the frame.
This week’s winners are…
The people’s vote goes to Michelle Collier for this shot of a church. A great example of how to use leading lines to guide the viewer’s eye into a subject. Good job, Michelle.
My choice goes to Sandra Coe for this dizzying shot looking down some steps. I chose this because it was different and really pushed the theme of leading lines in a unique way. Well done Sandra, a great use of composition.
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