Telling sto­ries through pho­tos

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APHOTOGRAPHER can’t con­trol what will hap­pen when shoot­ing a seascape but can be ob­ser­vant and wait for the right mo­ments. Ev­ery­thing can be taken in con­sid­er­a­tion; peo­ple in the shots, rocks, the beach, the sky. Fol­low the five tips be­low:

This is a photo that in­tro­duces view­ers to your es­say, grab­bing their at­ten­tion and lead­ing them fur­ther into your es­say.

In this case, ar­chi­tec­tural or fa­cade of Taj Ma­hal will help strengthen the point that Taj Ma­hal is a beau­ti­ful struc­ture.

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