Two common tips in composition you're probably misusing

Hi everyone,

Two little tips for this week's video. I guess you've all heard about how it's important to flip your canvas every now and then? Or work in black and white to "block" your composition? Well, it's all good... except that it's not.

In today's video I'm taking the opportunity to come back to these two commonly heard tips in order to explain how they do have potential to help you in your refining of your image, but also have the potential of putting you completely off track.

Why? Well, check the video out!

I hope this will help you and bring some clarity to this workflow tips we've all heard before.

Have a great week-end



Check out the two tips

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