In any well-composed photograph there is visual movement. Elements in the image move the viewers’ eyes around the frame, engaging them. In many cases, movement is created by lines and/or shapes, either real or implied. In my time being involved in critique sessions at RMSP I have found that when people look at images they tend to see the lines or shapes in the images. I have a theory that you are either a line person or a shape person, and a few, like Doug Jonhson, are both. What do you see?
Tags | composition, lines, shapes