David Hockney, Nichols Canyon, 1980 “Nichols Canyon is a ravine pass connecting the Hollywood Hills with Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles county, California. Hockney moved to the state in the where he created some of his most famous paintings.
The COOPH put together a great video that illustrates 9 useful composition techniques as seen in legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry’s photography. * You can get additional details at the image link.
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