Photography Tips and Tricks - 33
Rule of thirds is one tip I think most of us have heard of, but here is something you may not think about when framing that perfect shot. Edges and protrusions can really turn a great photo into a poor photo. So when framing that shot look for two things:
1. What is on the edges of the frame that can be distracting.
2. Look for poles or other items that line up with your subject. I have seen many photos where a tree or pole looks like it is coming out of a person's head.
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