6862 MarcoCiavolino Week 52 2019 BreakTheRules Post

Breaking many rules in a single shot

Off axis, wrong color temp, motion blur, zoom shoot.

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Dear creative Framers, we have reached the end of the year and it is time to PARTY!!!  We are going to celebrate our last week of 2019 by letting down our hair and break some rules - in a photographic way of course. There are many good things to say about the rules in photography (and also not just in photography). They were created by generations of experienced photographers and visual artists who learned what type of elements and compositions work and which don't. We basically just get to sit back and enjoy the results of all those centuries of experimentations. Rules also act as a helpful framework for newer and less-experienced artists. This week however, we want to remind you that it is more important to understand the purpose of a rule than to follow it. And one of the best ways to do that is to break the rule. So have fun this week and go and break some rules. Even crooked horizons (if you really must!).


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