Photography 101: Experiment with Composition

I took these photos at an event in my workplace. The institution celebrated its 5th anniversary yesterday. There are solo song, acoustic performance, even photography competitions in that event. Too bad I could not watch all performances.

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12 thoughts on “Photography 101: Experiment with Composition

  1. The way they arranged the chair was so unique. One could mistaken it as another country’s flag which consists of red, white, and blue :hehe.
    I don’t really know what composition should be perfect in a picture because I think that it’s up to the photographer. But I think your pictures are good. I also noticed that the placement of windows in the last photo is kinda unique too–better if they were colored differently :)).

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    1. Wow, I didn’t notice the chairs, you have such sharp eyes! But I can’t get what did you mean in your last sentence: better if they were colored differently. Sorry, I am a bit slow :).
      Thank you, Bli Gara.

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  2. Hi Ami. I like your photos. One point that I find I fall into sometimes, too. All your images are what I’d call left-oriented, with the dominant segment top left and diagonal, coming toward the viewer. In a gallery especially, I think it would be also interesting to see other angles, too. That’s something I’m trying to remember as I shoot. Have a great Sunday.

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    1. Hello, Mark, I am sorry for late reply.
      Thank you very much for your suggestion. I’ll try to shoot other angles for the next photos πŸ™‚
      You to, have a great day!

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  3. You have a very clean and neat working environment. Reminds me of some military related institution that usually has that kind of layout or arrangements. :D.

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    1. Yes, it is, Mas Dani πŸ™‚ i
      never know that military related institution has that kind of layout until you mentioned it πŸ™‚

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    1. I just composed it based on my feeling, Mas Ryan. But I tried to follow the rule of thirds (by placing the main object in the left side or right side, up or bottom, so the focus is not in the center).
      Yet I have hard time to make the foreground distinguished from the background πŸ™‚

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