Implied Motion: Another Composition Trick to Improve Your Photo Sales

Bonnie Caton, creator of the Breakfast Stock Photography Club, here again.

I’m looking this week at photos you submitted under this month’s Great Escape Publishing Photo Challenge theme, “It Means the World to Me.”

Take a look at what this one small change can do to your photos if you can just remember to watch for it when you’re taking the photograph in the first place:

If you haven’t yet submitted a photo for this month’s theme, I encourage you to get your camera out this weekend and give it a try. At the very least, you’ll come out of the weekend with a few snapshots you can add to your favorite photo album. But there’s a chance, too, that you might also come away with something saleable.

No matter what you end up with, it’s important to practice your photo composition. You can only get better with practice.

And let’s face it, the only thing worse than a photo that’s not saleable is a photo not taken at all.

Stay tuned tomorrow for another quick tip on a fast and easy way to improve your photos.

[Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.]


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