Today, I want to show you a photo that was taken (not by me) but by someone I know for a very long time and respect for his magnificent work.
His photographs are so good that I've been scratching my head to find out how he does it for years and still can't seem to figure it out.
Here is one his photos I found super interesting.
Photo: Frans Lanting - http://www.lanting.com/
It is a perfect example of well executed composition that is dead on muney.
I love it!
And I wanted to show you what a great composition with leading lines look like when shot by a professional photographer Frans Lanting.
The good news is that Frans put together a pretty extensive training called "The Art Of Seeing" where he goes deep into how to spot compositions like in the photo above and deconstructs his thinking process so you can easily understand it and learn from it in just couple of days.
I can tell you firsthand that it's not easy to spot a good composition. It takes a lot of research, patience and determination... and sometimes you might feel disappointed and even frustrated.
But with Frans help, it is like having the best of the best professional standing next to you and showing you how it's done.
It can't get any better...
And if you get stuck or forget anything, you can re-watch these amazing lessons and study them at your own pace.
If that's something of interest to you, then click on the link below and get your hands on the course.
I know you won't regret it...
How do I know that?
Because it was one those life changing course I went through myself and I must say that I've learned more in two weeks than in the last 3,5 years when I was trying to learn by my own.
Here is where you get it...
All the best...