there's an old erroneous saying, often stated in relation to landscape photography that is summarized by the phrase F eight and be that now the reason it's erroneous is while the FAA part of some technical merit, the same never lose to where they're actually is, which surely is the important point. Back in the day, art critics denounced then modernist painter Claude Monet for his apparent disregard for composition. One critic they adore do, Ray wrote. He sits down on the bank of a river and paints what he has in front of him, which is a little like saying, as photographers, you and I just point the camera and shoot the point. Gerais failed to grass. Wasit was by choice of viewpoint of exactly where he sat on the river bank, that more nave performed his active composition. The truth is far from disregard. Money was an absolute master of composition, so same critics later came to applaud when he walked his garden, Monday would stop screw up his eyes, shielding them with his right hand, h...
is step back and forth, move a little to the left, and then to the right and then nod. This signified had just selected the subject of his next piece of work. And this is what I mean when I talk about perspective in life. Perspective is how we see the world in photography. Perspective is how we present the world. We see in this sense our point of view and the cameras point of view are intrinsically linked. We position the camera to compose the elements in a particular way to reveal the story we want to tell. To change the story, we simply have to change the cameras point of view. Unfortunately, the camera is on inanimate objects, so to change its point of view like Monday, you have to move camera to subject distance affects the visual weight of the objects in the scene, stand close and nearby objects of visually heavier san. Further away in the visual weight reduces because objects appear smaller in the frame, moving slightly to the left or right changes the negative space, maybe eliminating a distracting object or highlight. Or it might create separation between overlapping objects and changing position doesn't mean changing location completely. Most often is the tiniest movements, a subtle shift of the side. It's like crouch a step backwards, or forwards that have the greatest impact. No