The basic concepts in film Composition and Framing

Created 9 months ago and Updated 8 months ago
Objectives:

Composition rules such as "rule of thirds", "leading lines", "golden ratio", etc. are included in this collection. You will also learn some other aspects of film composition, including focus, aspect ratio, and framing. Finally, you can take a course on Udemy to dig deeper into this subject.

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10 Composition Rules In Photography | Rule Of Third In Photography Check It Out!
10 Composition Rules In Photography | Rule Of Third In Photography Check It Out!Sadiqslensyoutube.com6 minutes

What you'll learn in this step:

This video is about composition rules in photography. The rule of thirds is one of the most important rules and is about dividing the scene into three parts and placing the subject in one of the intersections. Center composition is about placing the subject in the center of the frame. Leading lines are about using lines to lead the eye to the subject. Symmetry is about adding an equal weight to both sides of the image.

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Composition Techniques For Better Images
Composition Techniques For Better ImagesKyle McDougallyoutube.com26 minutes

What you'll learn in this step:

In this video, the photographer talks about four composition tips: attention to detail and organization, waiting for the right moment, finding creative opportunities, and paying attention to frame edges.

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Breaking Down the Shot // Episode 3 - Focus, Framing & Composition
Breaking Down the Shot // Episode 3 - Focus, Framing & CompositionStef Esseryoutube.com8 minutes

What you'll learn in this step:

In this step, you'll learn about focus and framing. Focus is about keeping the camera steady on a subject and ensuring that the subject stays in focus. Framing is about placing your subjects within the shot and ensuring that the shot has proper depth.

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Enhance Your Composition | 5 Ways to Break the Rules of Filmmaking
Enhance Your Composition | 5 Ways to Break the Rules of FilmmakingAputureyoutube.com4 minutes

What you'll learn in this step:

In this step, you'll learn about the rule of thirds and how to break it. The rule of thirds is when you imagine your frame is split up by two horizontal and two vertical lines and you place your subject on those two lines to make it more aesthetically appeasing. To break this rule, you can frame your subject in the middle of the frame. This is especially effective when your environment allows for lots of symmetry. Another way to break the rule of thirds is to frame your subject on the 0.618 of the frame. This is an irrational number that goes on forever and you definitely shouldn't spend too much time trying to match this framing exactly but since this ratio is rooted deeply in our biology it's extremely aesthetically appeasing if you can pull it off properly.

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Image Composition: Diagonal Lines
Image Composition: Diagonal LinesDavid Hancockyoutube.com5 minutes

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