How To Take Good Photos
People: Providing context
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- Including people in your pictures gives extra information about the location. This shot with the pastor silhouetted in his church, in Bampton, is a good example.
- The presence of cars and other machinery, materials, goods or animals can provide information or create a counterpoint to pictures of buildings.
- Use maximum depth of field (keep as much in focus as possible) as uniform sharpness helps knit all the visual elements together.