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Subject -- Frame Agreement
by Caroline Cohoon | August 5, 2007

We all remember from English class the rule of Subject -- Verb Agreement, which means you wouldn't say "That book are great?" but rather "That book is great." The same rule can be applied to photography, if we look at how the subject of the photo relates to the framing of the picture, what I call Subject -- Frame Agreement. The most common incident where we find this error is in distance. Being too far away from the subject ...

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Tips-n-Tricks #252

Photographers use the term "fill light" that refers to the little bit of extra light to fill in shadows that can appear on your subject or to illuminate a particular feature of your subject. One particular place you may need to use fill light is to properly see your subjects eyes.


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