Look Around The Frame Before Shooting
As a photographer, I always try to look around in my viewfinder for anything that might ruin, or make, a picture. You want to make sure there aren’t distracting highlights, poles sticking out of your subject’s head, and other such things. I saw this photo on a new favorite blog, AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com and couldn’t find the problem. The photo is sharp, the couple is well lit, the background is colorful… but perhaps a bit too colorful. Today, I’m going to add “nookie time” to the things I look for before pushing the shutter button.
(Photo from AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com)
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