In last week’s video tutorial I talked about how you can learn to better visualize your compositions by cropping the photos you’ve already taken. Today, I thought I’d share a photo I took of the Virgin River in Zion National Park and show you another example of what I mean. The first shot was taken with my 16-35 wide angle and below it I’ve posted a couple different crops illustrating other compositions I could have used from this same perspective. The second one is my favorite – how about you?
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