1 Minute with Willy Ep16. Composition Bracketing – Photography Tips
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1 Minute with Willy Ep16. Composition Bracketing – Photography Tips

October 25, 2019


Hi, I’m Willy. I’ve learnt a term from the Indonesian photographers called composition bracketing means to take a shot that’s under
exposed on the spot and overexposed. So composition bracketing is essentially
using the rules of thirds and creating different variations using the rules of thirds. So if this is just the center of the frame, composition bracketing would use, one free at the top left corner, one frame at a top right, bottom right and then bottom left. Here you have four variations using the
rules of thirds and then you flip it vertical and then you create another four. The reason to do is sometimes you just
want to figure out which is the best third to place it at. You do not necessarily need to take the shot
but all you need to do is to position at the four of the thirds to figure out
which is the best third to place it at. You can either take the shots physically or just
look through the view finder to find out which is the best composition and you have eight different shots based on that one
subject.

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