PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Part 3, the best in composition:

As I continue the subject of the week, composition, it’s time for the usual Photos of the Week! And with that, I found the most wonderful photos that show composition in it’s best. A variety of photos as well, all showing how composition and the rules of composition make for better photos, and better art. So, enjoy these wonderful photos:

Photo by: Татьяна Аверина
Photo by Jorge Fonseca
Ph – Sandra Bartocha
Ph – Dimitrios Lamprou
P H O T O: Dominique Dubied
P H O T O: Stephen Emerson

Captive Landscapes by Stephen Emerson

The Galley Head Lighthouse is an active 19th century lighthouse outside of Rosscarbery, County Cork, on the south coast of Ireland. After a long drive to this unfamiliar location I just missed the sun going down by minutes but as is sometimes the case the dusk light was kind as the sky retained this beautiful orange red tone which I took advantage of.
P H O T O: Кирилл Уютнов
P H O T O: Григорий Беденко
P H O T O: Cesare Cannavò

Sunset of the beach to Sanary! South France.
Nikon D800.
P H O T O: Adrian Urbanek
P H O T O: Dimitrios Lamprou
Colt Forney Photography

June 27, 2013 Denton, KS

Amazing, morning shelf cloud.
A PEXEL PHOTO BY SENUSCAPE
PHOTO BY JAMES WHEELER
PHOTO BY MARTIN PECHY
PHOTO BY BELLE CO
PHOTO BY ASAD PHOTOS MALDIVE
PHOTO BY STIJN DIJKSTRA
PHOTO BY KAI PILGER
PHOTO BY ANAND DANDEKAR
PHOTO BY TRACE HUDSON
PHOTO BY BRAYDEN LAW
PHOTO BY PIXABAY

That is this week’s collection of “Photos of the Week”. Could you see the rules of composition in these photos? Could you see any photos that broke the rules of composition? Stay with us the rest of the week for continued instruction on “composition Rules”.

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I have been a photographer for many years. Worked in retail selling cameras and accessories for over 20 years. Taught many photo classes, and have even been a judge in several county fairs. Now, I want to share photo instructions and entertainment with all other photographers around the world.

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