The Zen of Composition

superstition WildernessYou’ve done your homework and pored over more than a few books on basic composition, and now you’ve gone out in the field to apply all that knowledge to the real world. Upon arrival, your initial impression of your chosen location is somewhat less than reassuring. In the books, the images used as examples have compositions that look so clean and straightforward; out here in the wilderness, everything looks so chaotic and confused. How do you make sense of the beautiful but naturally chaotic scene before you? So how do you do this, and where do you begin?

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You’ve done your homework and pored over more than a few books on basic composition, and now you’ve gone out in the field to apply all that knowledge to the real world. Upon arrival, your initial impression of your chosen location is somewhat less than reassuring. In the books, the images used as examples have compositions that look so clean and straightforward; out here in the wilderness, everything looks so chaotic and confused. How do you make sense of the beautiful but naturally chaotic scene before you? So how do you do this, and where do you begin?

Here are some tips:

– See more at: http://www.ianplant.com/blog/2014/04/29/the-zen-of-the-composition/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+IanPlantDreamscapes+%28Dreamscapes+%29&utm_content=FeedBurner#sthash.ppOmeoXW.dpuf

You’ve done your homework and pored over more than a few books on basic composition, and now you’ve gone out in the field to apply all that knowledge to the real world. Upon arrival, your initial impression of your chosen location is somewhat less than reassuring. In the books, the images used as examples have compositions that look so clean and straightforward; out here in the wilderness, everything looks so chaotic and confused. How do you make sense of the beautiful but naturally chaotic scene before you? So how do you do this, and where do you begin?

Here are some tips:

– See more at: http://www.ianplant.com/blog/2014/04/29/the-zen-of-the-composition/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+IanPlantDreamscapes+%28Dreamscapes+%29&utm_content=FeedBurner#sthash.ppOmeoXW.dpuf

You’ve done your homework and pored over more than a few books on basic composition, and now you’ve gone out in the field to apply all that knowledge to the real world. Upon arrival, your initial impression of your chosen location is somewhat less than reassuring. In the books, the images used as examples have compositions that look so clean and straightforward; out here in the wilderness, everything looks so chaotic and confused. How do you make sense of the beautiful but naturally chaotic scene before you? So how do you do this, and where do you begin?

Here are some tips:

– See more at: http://www.ianplant.com/blog/2014/04/29/the-zen-of-the-composition/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+IanPlantDreamscapes+%28Dreamscapes+%29&utm_content=FeedBurner#sthash.ppOmeoXW.dpuf

You’ve done your homework and pored over more than a few books on basic composition, and now you’ve gone out in the field to apply all that knowledge to the real world. Upon arrival, your initial impression of your chosen location is somewhat less than reassuring. In the books, the images used as examples have compositions that look so clean and straightforward; out here in the wilderness, everything looks so chaotic and confused. How do you make sense of the beautiful but naturally chaotic scene before you? So how do you do this, and where do you begin?

Here are some tips:

– See more at: http://www.ianplant.com/blog/2014/04/29/the-zen-of-the-composition/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+IanPlantDreamscapes+%28Dreamscapes+%29&utm_content=FeedBurner#sthash.ppOmeoXW.dpuf