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#Sonyalpha expert James Brandon @jamesbphotos in a Sonyalpha universe article, shares the matter of perspective. He narrows it down to 5 ingredients for Travel photos. Make sure to check out the link in our BIO 👤 to read the full thing. Here’s Tip number 3: Good Contrast. "Our eyes need to see contrast. Contrast helps our eyes move through a scene just like leading lines do. If the image is flat and all the colors are muddled close together, it's hard to figure out where to look. Having contrast present in your work isn't just specific to photography, it's used in just about any form of design you can think of (think web design, logo design, architecture). Contrast really just means have a strong black point and a strong white point in your image. This is something that I had to learn over the course of several years. I recently posted an article on my site titled "Big Island Hawaii | A Redux" which is a great example of the same image processed both with and without proper contrast (amongst other things). Of course there are exceptions to every rule. I have scene some beautiful low-contrast images, but there has to be a clear and concise reason for breaking the rule.” Sony α7R II | Sony FE 70-200mm F4 ZA | 1/50-sec | f/13 | ISO 250 |#Sonyalpha expert James Brandon @jamesbphotos in a Sonyalpha universe article, shares the matter of perspective. He narrows it down to 5 ingredients for Travel photos. Make sure to check out the link in our BIO 👤 to read the full thing. Here’s Tip number 3: Good Contrast. source: https://www.instagram.com/sonyalpha
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