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accepted When should the negative space not be used to bring attention to a subject?
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comment When should the negative space not be used to bring attention to a subject?
very helpful. I understand now. thanks.
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comment How to photograph an adult and a child together such that the adult doesn't dominate the scene?
great advice, thanks.
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revised How to photograph an adult and a child together such that the adult doesn't dominate the scene?
added the meaning of square to the subjects. I am not a native english speaker.
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comment How to photograph an adult and a child together such that the adult doesn't dominate the scene?
@MarkLakata thankful for your explanation.
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comment How to photograph an adult and a child together such that the adult doesn't dominate the scene?
Thanks for your answer. Please explain this: In both photos the camera is square to the subjects I didn't understand what you meant here.