This Week’s Challenge: #PRTV_leadinglines

A fun but harder subject this week as we did have some entries that did not qualify as we needed a strong line in your photo. Leading lines in a photo is a harder composition as you need not just lines in a photo, but strong lines this week to draw your eye to a subject. Falling back on architecture and landscapes while out shooting you can find many things that can focus your photos from a road to a river or a sign.

Next Week’s Challenge: #PRTV_photojournalism
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Toby’s Features:

lines don’t always need to be so clear to lead the eye – the broken egg shells do a great job leading up to the bowl and I like the rest of the arrangement in this shot.

Thought I would try some food photography this morning! #prtv #prtv_leadinglines #iphone7plus

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Roy’s Features:

While I’m usually not fond of leading lines that make a chicane the angle is slight enough it still makes a great trail through your photo.

Longleaf pine forests and grasses with golden sunlight gently gilding them makes for a super end to the day!

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A bit on the nose but I like the tiny mountain peeking out at the end of your trail.

10/10 recommend the Canadian Rockies 🌲 #prtv_leadinglines

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