One of the most important skills to master in all two-dimensional art (including photography) is the ability to attract the attention of a viewer and control how their eyes move through an image. As a visual artist, you want the viewer's eyes to arrive at the most essential element(s) as you the creator had designed. This workshop introduces you to some of the key aspects of visual composition, demonstrating how lines (linear perspective), tones, color, focus and light can work together to direct the viewer’s eye in a photograph.

Nepalese women sitting in a circle during their morning fasting rituals
A local Vietnamese man foraging food from a swamp.