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All you need to do is and covered in fine charcoal dust, which would place a grid layer over the photo and the same go through the holes and stick to the canvas. projectors or light boxes to achieve this. 02). If your canvas is much bigger than photo onto your canvas, transform its size to page 51 Issue 061 January 2011 Chapter 03: Female Portraiture reference, as I find it’s a more intuitive way of Of course, you could just use the colors exactly working, rather than a precise one. But that’s as you see them in the photo, but that isn’t just me.
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Another quick and effective composition technique is basically having your image layout follow certain shapes, like a circle, cross, square, triangle, oval etc. By repeating those shapes to create a rhythm and a hierarchy in your image, it holds your eye inside those shapes and leads it more directly to a payoff spot. 08 I used ovals to create a spiraling effect leading to the train, which is the focal point of the image, but I made sure I included the train stop as well. It made the image more dynamic and gave a sense of movement to the train.
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