Photography is extremely personal. It is more personal than inviting someone into your home. You are inviting people to see inside your head. Your images are uncovering the window of how you view the world. What does your photography say about you?
So, you have captured an amazing photo on your camera and you want to do something special with it—blow it up, put it on canvas, or frame it for your wall. How large of an image can you realistically print without losing quality. You could experiment by printing a bunch of pictures all different sizes and see how they turn out, or just ask David Molnar.
Photography channel COOPH beautifully illustrates nine different "rules" for photography, including the rule of thirds, using leading lines, centering the dominant eye, and more. It features the amazing work of American photojournalist, Steve McCurry, who is most well known for his National Geographic cover image, "Afghan Girl".
Watch & enjoy!
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