Be careful with your edges

I once heard a great photographer described as having the “best edges in the business.” Photography teachers don’t mention edges much—it’s hard enough to get amateur photographers to concentrate on what’s happening in the center of the frame, much less in the hinterlands. But when you’ve created beautiful edges, you’ve protected and reinforced what’s happening in the middle— it’s a complete package.

Great edges hold things up—they’re a foundation. They’re defending the things you love so you have no choice. If you let the edges fall apart you have presented…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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