en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diagonal_method

The diagonal method (DM) is a rule of thumb in photography, painting and drawing. Dutch photographer and lecturer Edwin Westhoff discovered the method ...

digital-photography-school.com/using-diagonal-lines-in-photography

Diagonal lines generally work well to draw the eye of an image's viewer through the photograph. They create points of interest as they intersect with other lines ...

www.picturecorrect.com/tips/diagonal-leading-lines-photography-composition

Of all the lines used in photography, diagonals are the most dynamic. You can use them to create a strong impression of movement or you can use them to ...

erickimphotography.com/blog/2017/03/31/5-diagonal-photography-composition-tips

Mar 31, 2017 ... The easiest way to make more dynamic, better compositions: integrate more diagonals into your photos. Why diagonal lines? Imagine putting a ...

expertphotography.com/diagonal-lines-direction-dynamics-photos

Diagonal lines are important factors to add to your photos, as they easily create tension and dynamics in a photo and lead the eyes in a certain direction. But be ...

blog.phowd.com/2015/03/the-use-of-diagonal-lines-in-photography-composition

Mar 25, 2015 ... We discuss the creative uses of lines in photography. Horizon line, diagonal lines , how to introduce tension or create depth or convey specific ...

snapshot.canon-asia.com/article/en/part-4-composition-basics-diagonal-composition-and-rule-of-thirds-composition

Feb 20, 2014 ... Let's take a look at the 'Diagonal Composition' and the 'Rule of Thirds ... Rule have been studied for ages, even before the birth of photography.

truecenterpublishing.com/photopsy/diagonal.htm

diagonal line in photography. The line of energy, motion, and triangles. The diagonal line is one of my favorites. Unlike the steady vertical or placid horizontal,  ...

www.bestphotolessons.com/lessons/lesson-8-diagonal-lines

Diagonal or Leading Line in composition A nice dynamic method of composing a photo is to have a diagonal line running through the photo, more or less from ...