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Cropping Your Photograph

Cropping Your Photograph

Do NOT overcrop no matter if you are shooting an bald eagle flying through the air, your beloved dog Max or children playing soccer.  Do not frame the subject so close that the they have no room to run or fly. As you can see in the photograph above of a snowy egret flying through the air, there is some space in front of him so it looks like he is not trapped in the photograph.

Give your subject (whether it is an animal or children running) space in front of the direction they are going. It gives the photograph a stronger composition.


March 9, 2010 - Posted by | Photo Tips | , , ,

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