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Summer Solstice aboard the , near the Lofoten Islands, Norway. Photo ©Erika Burkhalter.

Composition

The rawness of a moment

Photo composition used to be about how you oriented your lens. It was basically all done before the photo was ever even taken.

Today, most composition occurs post moment-of-the-photo. Yes, we want to be sure that the angle is correct and that we get the “gist” of the final product. But, for me anyways, a lot of the “art” of composition comes later, when I can see it on a…

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Erika Burkhalter

Erika Burkhalter

Photographer, yogi, cat-mom, lover of travel and nature, spreading amazement for Mother Earth, one photo, poem or story at a time. (MA Yoga, MS Neuropsychology)

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