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Photography Composition: Subject
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What type of picture do you create by positioning your subject to the left of frame?
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Hi, I'm Chris Davis for About.com. Let's review the concept of subject as a composition element in photography.It may seem obvious, however, knowing what your subject is within your photograph is extremely important. For the most part, the image should be composed in a way that makes the subject the first thing that is recognized.  A well composed photograph won't have other items in the frame that draw more attention than the subject. However, there will be times that multiple subjects occur in one picture. This is where you will need to make decisions. Do you want the subjects to have equal balance? Should one subject dominate the other or do you want more of a subtle contrast?When we look at a subject to photograph we see what we want to see. The important element stands out and often we overlook what else is in the frame. Background and foreground clutter can ruin a picture because we weren't paying attention to the entire composition. As you are taking a pictures, look through the viewfinder and take a moment to review your image and how your subject is represented. Consider the way elements within the frame will relate to one another and the overall composition. Did you get the result you were looking for highlighting your subject, or is it necessary to adjust your position or your subject? The final photograph is only a portion of the larger experience. You are capturing a small window of what is around you. How your subject is placed in a picture will affect how the viewer will interpret the message of your photograph. As you begin taking pictures it's common to position your subject in the center of the frame. Generally, this creates a boring image. To improve your photos try moving your subject to the left or the right of the frame. This will help create a more interesting photograph.
 
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