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Learn a complete framework for composing visually appealing photographs every time you press the shutter.

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Whether you want to photograph landscapes at dawn or dusk, or you want to photograph cities, this free e-book on composition will teach you everything you need to know to improve the quality of your photography immediately.

Finally you’ll have a solution to get your photography to take off.

You’ll learn not just what the so-called rules are, but also why, how and when those rules work. How they can be applied in a truly creative and intuitive way, so that you’re not even aware anymore that you are using them.

Now, you’ll be able to take the guesswork out of taking photographs.

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Narrow path at dawn in the Chiltern Hiulls, near Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire, england, UK

These two images are very different compositionally, but they use exactly the same compositional techniques. And I mean exactly the same. My unique framework for composition ensures you get the right composition for every photograph you take.

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A lot of teachers, both online and in the real world, teach the rules, but they only teach the ‘what’.

They don’t teach the ‘why’, the ‘how’ and the ‘when’. But I do. And I teach it in my book, FREE, just for you!

The ‘why’, the ‘how’ and the ‘when’ are the missing pieces of the jigsaw that are missing from so many photographers who are struggling to improve.

This means you’ll finish the book with all the skills and knowledge to create captivating photographs every time you press the shutter. No more spray and pray. With practice, you’ll be able to take great images at will.

Man making samosas in a small village, West Bengal,India
Looking across a valley at dawn. Wallachia province, Romania

Here’s another example of two images that are totally different in subject matter and composition, but the ‘formula’ used to create them both is exactly the same. I didn’t employ different techniques or rules for each one. I used exactly the same rules and techniques. One compositional framework for every photo, regardless of subject or genre.

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Trust me, you already have the natural talent – that potential is in every one of us – Once you learn how to unlock that potential, amazing imagery will follow.

Read this simple e-book, apply the knowledge, and get the right photography tuition just for you. Be more creative, and learn how to create landscape photographs creatively and from the heart, maximising the appeal of all of your photography.

And remember, this is essentially a formula, so it can be applied anywhere and anytime to any subject or genre.

This is just a few things that are covered in the book

Why composition matters

Why is Composition the most important component of creating a photograph?

Rules Vs intuition

How important is intuition when creating a photograph, and what are the most important rules?

The first true rule of composition

How many people consider this as the most important rule when composing a photograph?

The secret sauce of composition

This is the actual ‘formula’ that I use to create every photograph I take. It means that I get well composed, visually appealing images whenever I take a photo.

The discipline of composition

Taking a photograph is about mixing creativity and discipline. You’ll learn how to effectively combine the two.

Identifying objects in a scene

This is something that many people struggle with, but using simple techniques, you’ll learn how to identify everything that is important in a composition, everything that is not, and then how to position them in your photograph.

How to find the subject of your image

Correctly identifying the subject of a photograph can make or break your image. Beginners often struggle with this, without even realising that it’s a problem. There are a couple of deceptively simple techniques that will guarantee success in identifying the subject, which will allow you to place it in your composition for the greatest visual effect.

How to lead the eye into the image

It’s important that the eye is led into the image without jarring with the viewer in any way. Again, simple techniques allow you to achieve this instantly, so that the viewer is completely unaware that their eye is being led.

How to build your composition

Once you’ve spotted a scene, you need to build your composition for greatest visual appeal. You’ll learn a bunch of simple processes that can be applied to your images to create the maximum visual effect.

The rule of thirds definition and analysis

The daddy of all the compositional rules. You’ll learn exactly how it works, why it works, and when it works. Learn simple techniques that allow you employ it only when it’s needed. You’ll learn a natural and organic process, so that you always get it right.

The two different types of visualisation

Most people don’t realise there are two types of visualisation. A term made famous by Ansel Adams, but he didn’t invent it, he just gave it a name. In actual fact the ability to visualise is in every one of us, you just need to understand the techniques to allow you to employ it for every photo you take.

Compositional triggers

There are a number of visual triggers in any landscape, whether urban or rural, that when you spot them, they guarantee a captivating photograph if recognised, and then composed correctly. You’ll learn what those visual triggers are, and how to exploit them for maximum visual appeal.

Compositional styles

There are 4 compositional styles that will create variety and originality in your photography. These styles will also see you right for any brief that you will ever receive, whether you are working for a client, or you are working on a personal project or photoshoot.

Master composition, and you’ll master photography

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