If you want inspiration for your photography compositions, here are some examples from my work that hopefully can give you some fresh new ideas:
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1. Minimalist composition
Off-center composition, Cindy’s head in the bottom right corner, with lots of negative space.
2. Minimalist, diagonal, dutch angle composition
3. Framing subject inside frame
Framing Cindy inside windmill, with -1 exposure compensation for dramatic silhouette:
4. Black negative space framing
Note the black borders on far left and right (bookends)— that put focus on the center of the frame (tree):
Shot from a low angle of Cindy’s mom, with the curve of her hat emphasized:
7. Sideways and hand gestures
Shot of Cindy in Uji, with a dynamic body movement:
8. Curve with body
Cindy curving, bent downwards, with simple figure to ground contrast (she is dark silhouette against white background):
9. Mise en scene
Setting up the scene, with Cindy entering the room. Note the proportions of the scene with the yellow foreground, the blue windows, and Cindy in red:
10. V (down arrow) Composition
V shape composition, makes more dynamic composition: