How to compose a photograph: see images where you never saw them before

How to compose a photograph: see images where you never saw them before

Download the panels from our ‘How to compose a photograph’ cheat sheet

For those who wish to print out our cheat sheet on How to compose a photograph… we’ve tried to make it a bit easier for you. Below you’ll find each individual panel from the cheat sheet. We’ve resized each panel to fit onto a standard A4 piece of paper (US readers might need to reduce it slightly further).

Click on each thumbnail to see the expanded file – or drag and drop it to your desktop.

How to compose a photograph cheat sheet: panel 1

Composition cheat sheet - panel 2

How to compose a photograph cheat sheet: panel 3

How to compose a photograph cheat sheet: panel 4

How to compose a photograph cheat sheet: panel 5

How to compose a photograph cheat sheet: panel 6

How to compose a photograph cheat sheet: panel 7

PAGE 1: How to compose a photograph (free cheat sheet)
PAGE 2: Download the panels from our ‘How to compose a photograph’ cheat sheet

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  • Jace

    I have tried printing these 2 ways, one by clicking on the image and printing straight from the browser (chrome) and two by saving the image, opening it into photoshop and printing, and both times the words are fuzzy. I think your resolution you uploaded is too small? Its impossible to read.