If you’ve ever been captivated by a photograph, chances are been it was due to the composition. That’s why we invited Paul Fremes to join us today. He has a keen eye for balance and an easy to understand way to explain his composition concept to anyone.
Paul’s journey into the world of photography began like many others. He stumbled upon a book of iconic photographs and was instantly drawn to the power they held. Determined to capture that same magic, he picked up a camera and embarked on a lifelong quest to perfect his craft.
But Paul soon realized that there was more to photography than just pointing and shooting. He discovered that composition played a crucial role in creating visually striking images. And that’s where he decided to focus his efforts.
What sets Paul apart is his unique approach to composition. While many photographers rely on rules like the “rule of thirds,” Paul delves deeper, exploring the concept of balance. He believes that a well-composed photograph is like a delicate dance between the elements within the frame.
Through his teachings, Paul guides photographers of all levels to see the world through a different lens, to search for balance in every shot.
Paul’s system, teaches you to to look for balance in a scene and capture it in-camera avoiding the need for excessive editing and manipulation.
He is a firm believer in the power of practice. He knows that becoming a great photographer takes time and effort. That’s why he encourages his students to get out there and shoot as often as possible. He believes that the more you practice, the more you train your eye to see the world in a new light.
But it’s not just about technical skills. Paul emphasizes the importance of finding your unique voice as a photographer. He encourages his students to explore their own perspectives, to capture the world through their own unique lens. Because in the end, it’s the individuality and personal touch that truly make a photograph stand out.
Paul was kind enough to offer our listeners a 1-hour live demonstration of his composition concept for only $21 CAD (Canadian Dollars). Click here to learn more
And here is a short video titled Revolution in Imagery that Paul made to demonstrate how his composition system works. When you’re finished watching be sure to catch our conversation on the podcast.