Composition: Using Piers and Jetties to Draw the Eye: 21 Nice Examples | Light Stalking

Composition: Using Piers and Jetties to Draw the Eye: 21 Nice Examples

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When looking to compose an outdoor image, there are very few human-made objects that can be used to direct the eye of a view quite so succinctly as a jetty or pier. The leading lines of the structure can be utilized to great effect in either a perfectly symmetrical photograph or to draw the eye to another area of the image. We think these photographs demonstrate well how this can be done. And, composition aside, they're just a cool bunch of photos!

Photo by lee
Photo by Kevin Botto
Photo by Kevin Botto

Photo by Kevin Botto
Photo by cookie monster
Photo by tourist_on_earth
Photo by Julie
Photo by Jynto
Photo by Martin from Tyrol
Photo by muha…
Photo by Tim J Keegan
Photo by Dan Meineck
Photo by Mike Locke
Photo by Sid Mosdell
Photo by Mike
Photo by Johnny Worthington
Photo by Ibrahim Iujaz
Photo by Gordon Joly
Photo by Alessandro Alba
Photo by Jim Donnelly
Photo by Bucky Hussain

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