There are so many elements when it comes to composition. (contrast, color, depth, negative space, etc, etc). Do you consider each before capturing an image? Or only focus on a few?
I think of all the elements of composition when I take photos, such as contrast, color depth, and negative space. I trust my gut and if it doesn't look quite right, I won't take the picture. I also know how to make adjustments in post-processing for any elements that are not quite right when taking the photo.
Transcript: "The question is, there are so many elements when it comes to composition. Such as contrast, color depth negative space and Etc. Do you consider each before capturing an image or only focus on a few? That is a extremely, good question. And of course different for everyone for myself. I actually think of all of them but I now know what I want and I trust it and if Let's say, for example, I you mentioned depth, I personally love depth within my images. It's something that I kind of like have to have. So if it's not there, the way that I particularly liked it, I simply won't take the picture. And again, if I don't have a certain amount of say negative space or if the leading lines aren't working the way that I want, if I don't have layering elements behind or And fright, if I'm going with, you know, between the foreground and the background, if it's not layered in a way that I want it to be layered. I also won't take the picture so trusting your gut really allows you to kind of multitask in a way, like you said, knowing all of those elements because it can be a lot. So for me, yeah, I actually think of all of them and it just makes up every single picture that I capture. There are times that, you know, I may just add a pot, a little pop of contrast In post-processing. So when I'm taking that picture with intent, understanding what I can do with you know within post as opposed to what I can do, not stop the shutter are all things that I'm thinking in my head all the time with every single image. But once you start trusting yourself, that stuff is so second nature that it's crazy. Hope that helps"