Travel Photography 101 2/18

8 07 2008

Confessions, musings and tips from a snap-happy wanderer. 
 
Kangaroo Island
Smile!!!          (Kangaroo Island, Australia) 
 
Frame the subject.

 

Instead of having the subject merely set against a clear blue sky, frame it using tree branches, doorways, lampposts, other buildings, natural features…anything that will make the photo more interesting and add a little depth to the composition. If you do this, however, ensure that you still focus on the actual subject…and not the frame, otherwise you end up with a lovely clear photo of a branch and a blurred background that could be Angkor…What?

 

Photo and post by: Simon Vaughan © 2008

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