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    #495 Welcome back everyone, thanks for joining in today! I appreciate all of the support! Today we are going to be taking a very close look at birds for color theory, and comparing them to famous photos and paintings. Doing this will allow us to learn and be inspired by Mother Nature. Connecting the dots […]

Haphazardly Filling the Grid

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The other day I was browsing through pictures on my 500px app and I noticed something that inspired me to write this article. As I was scrolling, some images looked great, yet as I clicked over to see the whole composition it seemed to lose some of it’s oomph. The app was haphazardly cropping the image to a square for display purposes, but in some cases it made the composition stronger. It all falls back to our lesson about filling the grid.

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