Photographic Juxtaposition: 16 Examples of Snow Against the Human-Made

The cool, soft and natural effects of snow in the winter are a perfect opportunity for photographic juxtaposition against warm, hard and human-made objects.

Many photographers take advantage of this to get some rather creative images. Below you will see some effective images created with this paradigm in mind. It is also something that you can emulate if you are lucky enough to live in a snowy area. So grab some ideas, then get out with your camera and take a few of our own juxtaposing photographs!

Photographic Juxtaposition: 16 Examples of Snow Against the Human-Made
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Juxtaposition, while relatively easy to achieve can be a little difficult to master. It starts to fall into the realm of advanced composition. If you want to take your composition skills that step further, then we highly recommend you take a look at this guide to advanced composition.

Getting composition right has always been the greatest challenge for the photographer. If you’d like to get better at photography composition and learn concepts that go beyond the basics, you should take a look at Kent DuFault’s guide to advanced composition.

Learning And Applying Advanced Composition Will Elevate Your Photographs

Advanced Composition – will ensure you create images that pop. You'll get more out of your photography and start taking images that will truly capture your creative vision. If you’d like to improve your composition skills and learn concepts that go beyond the ‘rule of thirds’, do take a look at Kent DuFault’s guide Advanced Composition

In Kent Dufault's Advanced Composition, you'll discover advanced composition concepts such as:

  • Compression
  • Juxtaposition
  • Color Placement
  • Contrast Overlap
  • Rhythm
  • Color Wash
  • Texture
  • Stacking

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