|Photo provided by our photography teacher.|
Try to place the subject in one or two intersection points, this will make the photo more balanced and seem more natural to the viewer. Its been proven that a person’s eye catches the subject better in those intersection points rather than directly in the center. Not to say that your photo will be a complete failure if the subject is in the center.
- Diagonal. This is when the subject goes from one corner to the opposite corner, diagonally.
- and my absolute favorite…Up close and personal. This is when you use your optical zoom to get very close to the subject. (I usually get closer but I think I was being “aware” of the grill)
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