Composition: Within Every Photograph is Another One

Reblogger Roy Kelley
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Composition is a key to successful photographs

William Johnson, San Diego real estate professional and ActiveRain blogger, is also an outstanding photographer.

In this post, William provides some excellent instruction on composition. 

If you will to make comments that William will see, please go to his original blog.

Be sure to have your camera in hand to capture the special moments when you are out and about in your community or during your travels.

Longwood Gardens Conservatory IMG_3766

Photograph by Roy Kelley using a Canon PowerShot G11 camera.

Roy and Dolores Kelley Photographs

 

 

Original content by William Johnson CA 01048160

Composition: Within Every Photograph is Another One

Pink Azaleas

Within most every photograph is the one that will stand out as unique or more beautiful because of the focus on one small part of it. This photo originated from one that was a not so unusual selction of the flowers on an Azalea bush. 

By segmenting one small section and positioning it for a more dramitic appearance, the overall affect is one that highlights the beauty of one bloom after a rain left water droplets giving a more natural look. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Roy - nice re-blog.  Nice to see more flower photographers, too.

February 17, 2012 08:18 AM
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Great re-blog....I bet you could write some excellent posts about technique for capturing the best shot!

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Thank you for the re blog.  I love all the contrasts and expecially the highlights and sparkle of the dew drops on the petals...Not something you would notice without a keen eye..

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Roy,

           Great re-blog! That is a very nice photograph William always does a nice job!

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Hi Roy, Many Thanks so much for the re-blog Roy. I am glad others enjoyed this as well. That is a beautiful Camellia BTW.

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