COMPOSITION MAPS BOOK

‘Composition Maps’ is a PDF e-book comprised of 50 of the finest photographs made by world renowned nature photographer Arthur Morris, illustrated and explained by award-winning photographer and image design expert, Gloria Hopkins.

Full Table of Contents and sample maps below:

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Larger Table of Contents at the bottom of the page

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Sample Composition Maps

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Images and text copyright Arthur Morris and Gloria Hopkins, All Rights Reserved


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Table of Contents
About the Authors 5
Using the Maps 6
About the Photographs 6
The Maps 7
Image Structure 7
MAP 1 – Visual Weight 8
MAP 2 – The Rule-of-Thirds Grid Lines 9
MAP 3 – Frame and Cradle the Subject 10
MAP 4 – The Rule-of-Thirds 11
MAP 5 – Lines and Layers 12
MAP 6 – Compose the Head and Shoulders Portrait 13
MAP 7 – Balance and Negative Space 14
MAP 8 – Visual Flow 15
MAP 9 – Unusual Subject Placement 16
MAP 10 – Another “Thirds” Technique 17
Subject Placement 19
MAP 11 – Guideline: Move / Look into the Frame 19
MAP 12 – Single-subject Vertical 20
MAP 13 – Supportive Lines 21
MAP 14 – Subject Size 22
MAP 15 – Composing the Panorama 23
MAP 16 – Supportive Background 24
Using Lines 26
MAP 17 – Repeating Lines 26
MAP 18 – Contrasting Lines, Lines and motion 27
MAP 19 – Lead-in Lines 28
MAP 20 – Lines and a Visual Path 29
MAP 21 – Using Zig-zag Lines 30
MAP 22 – Repeating Lines / Framing Lines 31
MAP 23 – Lines and Visual Flow 32
MAP 24 – Lines as Visual Anchors 33
MAP 25 – Implied Lines 34
MAP 26 – Using Lines to Create Mood 35
MAP 27 – Lines as Visual Paths 36
MAP 28 – Visual Flow 37
Understanding Color 40
MAP 29 – Monotone Palette 40
MAP 30 – Two Uses for Light Gradations 41
MAP 31 – Images with a Lack of Color 42
MAP 32 – Light Gradation / Supporting Backgrounds 43
Creating Emphasis 45
MAP 33 – Vertical or Horizontal 45
MAP 34 – Repeating Shapes 46
MAP 35 – Using the Edges 47
MAP 36 – Supporting Backgrounds 48
MAP 37 – Highlighting a Feature 49
MAP 38 – Framing with Habitat 50
Composition Styles 52
MAP 39 – Layers: Structure 52
MAP 40 – Layers: Content 53
MAP 41 – Composition Styles: Showcase 54
MAP 42 – Composition Styles: Close-up Portrait 55
MAP 43 – Composition Styles: Multiple Layers 56
Breaking the Rules, Tricks and Tips 58
MAP 44 – Foreshortening 58
MAP 45 – Leave More Room in Front than Behind 59
MAP 46 – Use Threes and Not Twos 60
MAP 47 – Leave More Room in Front than Behind 61
MAP 48 – Embrace the Bulls-eye 62
MAP 49 – Precision Camera Controls – No Map 63
MAP 50 – Keep the Subject Out-of-Center – No Map 64
Glossary  65
Photographs  70

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