Converging Lines in Photography

Shades of gray. Photo by Alina Oswald.

Using Converging Lines in Photography

In a previous post, I mentioned using diagonal lines in images. Now let’s look at converging lines.

Converging lines guide our eyes and help us focus on the subject. They also enhance image depth. Sometimes, converging lines and framing devices are used, together, as rules of image composition.

Here are a few examples:

  • Walk Alone during covid-19. ©Alina Oswald.
  • "Shadows" Covid-19 Shadow of the Creative Self. A Self-portrait.

Again, these are only a few examples of when, where, why and how to use converging lines in photography.

As always, thanks for stopping by!

Alina Oswald

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