The quickest and easiest way to experiment with leading lines is with roads. Roads are perfect as they already lead off into the distance and give us a sense of motion due to its association with going on a journey. Now if you really want to create a composition with depth, you can create something called a vanishing point. This is where two or more leading lines converge at a single point in the image. To make a vanishing point, pick a point in your composition where you want your lines to converge, and position yourself so you can capture the exact point where all the lines meet. It’s best to use subjects that the eye is naturally drawn to as your vanishing point. An important point to remember, is that you’re always trying to lead the viewer from the foreground to the background.
To get the most out of your composition try experimenting with different lenses to get a new perspective or simply reframe the shot until you have your desired composition. As always, practice makes perfect. Keep on snapping and soon you will be creating deep and dynamic visual journeys.