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Examples of your best compositions


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Entitled "Gail's pond," this pleasant image was submitted by an anonymous viewer.

This section of PhotographyTips.com contains pictures submitted by viewers who feel their images illustrate good composition.

We encourage you to send in your best images for all our viewers to see and enjoy. If a special technique was employed in taking the picture, or if a description is needed, please include it.

We aren't always able to feature every photograph that is sent in, and from time to time, these images may change.

If your picture becomes displayed here, please ensure that we have your name and home town so that we can provide you with a photo credit.


The dramatic and colorful image of the Andrew James (on the right) was sent in by Joseph Noordman, who commented: "This photograph follows the rule of thirds almost exactly. Only the subject is in the picture with no unnecessary clutter. Focal point is top left third, where it should be."

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Entitled "Andrew James," this colorful image was submitted by Joseph Noordman.

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This picture, called "Kodycat," was taken by Rick Maestas.

Rick Maestas is credited with the unusual photograph of Kodycat on the left, taken using a Polaroid Fun Flash! digital camera.


Quang Tran, the photographer of the picture on the right, wrote:

"I took this picture of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. on a cloudy day with an Olympus D-490Zoom digital camera. I just wanted a different view of the temple, which is so vertical and horizontal. So I twisted the camera to get the angled view. I was skeptical at first because it was a cloudy day, but that seems to create the mood for the picture well.

"It's one of my first composition shots. All I used to do is just point-and-shoot, but now I realize there are so many ways to capture a nice image if you're willing to take time and look around, to look at things at different angles."

Quang Tran is the photographer who captured this unusual view of the Lincoln Memorial using a digital camera.
Quang Tran is the photographer who captured this unusual view of the Lincoln Memorial using a digital camera.


"Afterglow" is the name given to this image by photographer, Jason Boggs.

"Seems like telephone poles in a picture would be a bad idea," writes photographer, Jason Boggs, "but these telephone poles getting shorter in the distance help the composition of this stormy sunset."


Gillis M. Drge submitted this soft, moody image of the interior of Chateau de Chenonceau. It is well-balanced in terms of detail visible in light and shadow areas.

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"Chteau de Chenonceau" by Gillis M. Drge.
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