Test Yourself: What Do These Colors Actually Mean? More

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Portrait Photography Tips and Ideas (13)

101 Incomparable Portrait Photography Tips and Ideas for Inspiration

i like this photo because of the unique idea of putting the child behind the window, creating an interesting perspective with the raindrops/fogged glass

The pillars of this picture are repeated. As a result, forms such as the prism…

(REPETITION) I love architectural photography that shows repetitive patterns with perspective or distorted space. Wish the photographer had cropped/framed this image just a little more to have the light meet the top left corner.

A simple guide to where you should (and shouldn’t) crop a person in a picture...

A simple guide to where you should (and shouldn’t) crop a person in a picture

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Trying to fill in someone else's shoes is futile. The person will at best be a shadow of the one who shoes they are trying to fill. It is best to have new shoes (their own) rather than live in the shadow of another

It is much more important to be contented and peaceful than to be intellectual. ~Carl Jung, ETH Lectures, Page 214. (Dustin Cantrell Photography | Work)

It is much more important to be contented and peaceful than to be intellectual. ~Carl Jung, ETH Lectures, Page (Dustin Cantrell Photography Work)

How to Crop your Subject's Body The Right Way #infographic #Photography

How to Crop your Subject's Body The Right Way #infographic

Photo Tip: Composing or Cropping a Photograph of a Person

Photo Tip: Composing or Cropping a Photograph of a Person Cropping a photograph that contains a person(s) has a basic rule: Crop them in an area where there isn’t a natural joint in their bod…

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