BOSTON MA Smartphone Artistic Photographer and Educator
  2020...iPhoneX View of Pandemic
  iPhoneX 2019
  iPhoneX 2018
  Apple Boylston Street 2017
  Water Around Us IPhone 2016
  Water Around Us 2015
  Photography at Bolli: Conglomerate
  Before and After: Snapseed Images
  Converging Lines...Tunnels...What Do They Mean?
  Engagements
  Bar and Bat Mitzvah
  Weddings
  Families
  Landscapes
  Personal Favorites
  Graphi Album & Other Book Samples
  Faces of Cuba
  History of Photography

201.927.5457 Mobile/Text

Belmont MA 02478
Bolli/Brandeis Photo Class Begins April 16, 2019

COMPOSITION TECHNIQUES FOR SMARTPHONES

 1. INCLUDE A FOCAL POINT, SUBJECT OR POINT OF INTEREST

 2. RULE OF THIRDS

https://www.photographymad.com/pages/view/rule-of-thirds

 3. DIAGONAL LINES GIVE BALANCE AND STRENGTH

 4. SHOOT FROM A LOWER ANGLE

 5. INCLUDE FOREGROUND INTEREST

 6. USE LEADING LINES (roads, paths, rivers, bridges,)

 7. FILL THE FRAME

 8. LEAVE SPACE FOR MOVEMENT

 9. REFLECTIONS

10. FRAME YOUR SUBJECT (ARCHES, TREES, BRIDGES)

11.CURVES

12. LIGHT

13. BREAK THE RULES

Remember these thoughts from Nancy Katz:

You just have to go to the bottom of your driveway to take a great shot.

You can't make a bad shot great even with Snapseed, Enlight or any other App.

Edit your images fairly and don't be in love with your images; let them go if you have to.

Life's greatest secret is knowing when to stop.