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Born and raised in Israel, Guy Tal is a photographer, writer and naturalist residing and working in the state of Utah in the heart of a unique and scenic desert region known as the Colorado Plateau. His work has been featured in numerous publications throughout the world including Popular Photography Magazine, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, PhotoLife, and Digital Photographer. Guy writes extensively about the creative aspects of landscape photography and works tirelessly to promote photography’s rightful place among the visual arts. Guy owns and operates a gallery in the town of Torrey, Utah, situated among the red rock canyons just outside Capitol Reef National Park. His work can also be seen on his website.




Composition for Landscape Photography, Part 2: Perspective and Balance

Tweet The following is adapted from Creative Landscape Photography, an e-book by Guy Tal. A visual composition is the arrangement of elements within a frame. In yesterday’s post, we discussed framing, one of three interrelated considerations in landscape photography composition. Today, we’ll look at the other two: perspective and balance. Tweet

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