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May
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awarded  Notable Question
May
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awarded  Yearling
May
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comment When can cropping off a part or including the whole subject's body be considered a distraction?
Thankful for the very helpful answer.
May
2
accepted When can cropping off a part or including the whole subject's body be considered a distraction?
Apr
30
accepted What is the impact of high, low, or eye-level point of view in composition?
Apr
30
comment How do I make a landscape photo containing many important elements feel well composed?
I realize I didn't read this answer throughly that time.
Apr
30
accepted How do I make a landscape photo containing many important elements feel well composed?
Apr
30
revised In which scenarios does it make sense to have the subject look straight into the camera?
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Apr
30
revised In which scenarios does it make sense to have the subject look straight into the camera?
made the question more generalized and removed not very relevant photo.
Apr
29
revised In which scenarios does it make sense to have the subject look straight into the camera?
added 176 characters in body
Apr
29
revised In which scenarios does it make sense to have the subject look straight into the camera?
added 6 characters in body
Apr
29
asked In which scenarios does it make sense to have the subject look straight into the camera?
Apr
29
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
29
comment How to compose a scene when including the actual context isn't simply practical?
Thanks for responding. I thought you had ignored my comment.
Apr
28
comment When can cropping off a part or including the whole subject's body be considered a distraction?
Found this part of your answer helpful: "I think the difference is the first image has a very small and intense focus point, so I don't care much about the items just a short distance away, but the second is a broader scene, so I'm taking in more details all over, now that missing toe at the edge is more important to me." -- Thanks.
Apr
28
asked When can cropping off a part or including the whole subject's body be considered a distraction?
Apr
28
comment How to compose a scene when including the actual context isn't simply practical?
Thanks for the response. Please add some details regarding the following point: Assuming I cannot move much from where I was in this scene then am I supposed to leave some space from any side or place the subject in a particular corner or leave space for headroom or is it in current state tightly framed??
Apr
27
accepted When does “Fill the frame” become “Too tightly framed”?
Apr
27
revised How to compose a scene when including the actual context isn't simply practical?
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Apr
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comment How to compose a scene when including the actual context isn't simply practical?
-1 because you haven't answered the question. I'll repeat the question: Here, I am NOT asking about how to include the lizard, I already know that that is not practical. So, the question is how to "improve the composition" when the context isn't there. That means that am I supposed to leave some space from any side or place the subject in a particular corner do anything else or headroom? –