Don’t put your subject in the middle of the frame


It may seem perfectly logical to put the red focusing square on your subject when you push the button, but the unfortunate result is perfectly centered subjects and boring compositions.

It’s one of the most basic of amateur mistakes and one of the most satisfying to correct.

All of a sudden your pictures take on a surprisingly shocking professional look. I actually remember the moment it dawned on me that I could compose my pictures any way I wanted to—that is to say “creatively”. My subject didn’t have to be in the middle of the…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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