It has been said that “composing” a photograph is like composing music or any other intrinsic gift possessed by natural artists. And although some people always seem to frame pictures just right, right in the camera, it’s much easier than you’d think.

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As part of 4corners training, you’ll learn how leaving yourself an option to crop a photograph after you shoot it will eventually train you to automatically see the best composition before clicking the shutter...saving time from having to edit your images later. It’s finding a happy medium between equipment (ie, the right lens) and your camera’s effective resolution (how many pixels).

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