Beyond Thirds: Introduction to Creative Composition

Of all the key ingredients to great photography, composition is the single most important facet to building compelling imagery.  Beyond Thirds: A Photographer’s Introduction to Creative Composition introduces the so-called traditional compositional rules, and then blows right past them. Andrew S. Gibson examines things like the Rule of Thirds, and shows us why it works in some cases, and why we should consider throwing it right out the window in others.

This quote pretty much sums up everything you’ll learn in this eBook, and why it is so important to creating great photographs: “There is no such thing as ‘correct’ composition, just bad composition, good composition, and inspired composition.”

Here’s what you’ll gain from this eBook:

  • A refreshing and suspicious view of the Rule of Thirds
  • Moving beyond the Rule of Thirds
  • Creating great images by achieving “compositional balance”
  • Compositions with multiple focal points
  • Composition for different frame sizes, aspect ratios, and cropping.

Hey, there’s a discount!

Whether you are learning photography as a beginner, a hobbyist, or you are a professional, there’s no better investment in the continued growth of your photography for $5, although today thru Nov 19th, 2011, you get it for only $4 with the discount code: BT4 or us the code BT20 to get 20% off if you are purchasing any 5 or more eBooks (codes expires at 11:59pm PST Nov. 19th, 2011).

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The downloadable PDF is just $5USD. (or only $4 today if you use the discount code: BT4)

You can view some page samples or download the ebook here: Beyond Thirds: A Photographer’s Introduction to Creative Composition

Happy Photographing folks!

About the author

Dave Seeram is the Editor of PhotographyBB Magazine, photographer, Canucks fan, Lostie,  fanboy, Dad, blogger, entrepreneur, and part-time superhero. Dave is the owner of this blog, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of the PhotographyBB Magazine and CLARITY: PHOTOGRAPHY BEYOND THE CAMERA

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