How to take better photos - focal point tips
Photo - Focal Point Tips
Photos should have a focal point -- this helps the viewer engage with the image. Having a focal point guides the viewer to what you want them to see and keeps them from looking all around the image with no real purpose.
Most of us are probably conditioned to having focal points smack dab in the middle of an image -- while that is okay, it can be a bit boring. Practice putting the point of interest in different parts of the frame and see if you can make it more interesting.
Start playing around with framing your images -- especially if you are shooting a digital camera, you're really not out anything by trying some different things.
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