Have you ever taken a photo and later you look at it and you have NO IDEA what you were taking a picture of? Well, that's the first sign of a bad picture. The elements of a picture should work together to draw your eye to the subject. It should be very clear who the subject of your picture is. If it isn't, question whether you should share, print, or even keep that photo.
Definition of leading lines
Leading lines is a composition technique whereby the viewer's eye is drawn to lines that lead directly to the main subject in an image. Let's look at some examples of people, places, and things highlighted by the use of leading lines in the composition.
Train your eye to start looking for these lines. I'd love to see what you come up with. Join our Facebook community and post your pictures there, or follow us on Instagram and use the hashtag #thebiggirlschool to show us your work!
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