Brought me to the next level.
"This course helped understand new ways of improving my winter photography. I enjoyed the full manual shoot video. Things I never thought to consider when shooting manually."
Julian Stocker, Norway
"I enjoyed going through the course. There was a lot of useful information from clothes layering to way more. The photography info was really well done and the composition ideas very useful.
I liked that it was short and yet complete. I will refer back often."
Elaine Flournoy, USA
October 26, 2015 1 min read
When shooting snowboarding, a decent picture has to have at least some hint of movement and show the dynamic of snowboarding itself. Thus, composing a snowboard photo is important and you should try to apply the rules of composition to all your shots.
To get a better understating of why composition is important in capturing the movement and dynamic, it helps to understand that the camera captures a scene differently to the way in which we view it. When we look around we tend to give specific things more importance than others and block out the irrelevant stuff. The camera is not able to do this, so you have to learn to view a scene and really see everything. It took me a while to learn to see things like a camera, but once you start thinking this way you can compose a good image and visualize a snowboard shot before you take it.
Here are some tips to get you started in composing a snowboard photo.
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