Anyone can take a photograph, but not all can create a fine art photograph. Art principles are applied with the latter kind, and more often than not, there exists a struggle in applying these concepts to photography. After all, most of the art concepts being applied to photography come from painting.
Master photographer Ansel Adams frequently talked about composition and visualization in photography, but how do you really apply such concepts to create photographs with aesthetic caliber?
In a thirty-minute vintage film tutorial, Adams discloses his know-how in fine art photography.
Preview image used is from the public domain.
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