In this episode of the SLR Lounge Forum Constructive Critique, we will discuss among other matters, on the importance of focusing on your subject.
When you are composing your shot and deciding what is your subject, be sure to note what else is going on in the frame. Too many competing elements can distract the viewer’s attention away from the subject. Additionally, although it is easy to assume that the foreground object should be the subject, sometimes the background may have more interesting elements.
Good compositional guidelines such as rule of thirds, leading lines, focus, and contrasting colors, can help emphasize the subject from the rest of the environment.
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