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Photo Tip 24: Layering

Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

In photography, there are ways to compose a two-dimensional image and create an illusionary three-dimensional effect. The most common way is the use of leading lines into a scene (see photo tip in TrailGroove Issue #5). Another way to create dimension is by layering: overlapping one land layer with another to create a three-dimensional illusion and help lead the eye into a scene…

David Cobb with a another great photo tip on improving the composition of your backcountry photos. Take a look in Issue 24:

Photo Tip 24: Layering

Backpacking Photo Tips

Issue 24 Page 1

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