A compelling design technique is the use of leading lines – the effect that occurs when the elements of a photograph or graphic draw the viewer’s eye toward the subject. It’s a technique that can say more than words, moving us forward into the experience and pulling us into the very heart of a story.
The challenge is to avoid the clichéd while adding something of value to the image. That’s why we love this collection of leading line examples from Mashable.
From the fog-shrouded pier to the vertigo-inducing skyscraper, these images are great examples of leading lines done right. Enjoy!