CAP­TUR­ING LAND­SCAPE SHOTS ON SMART­PHONES

New Straits Times - - News - 4. COM­PO­SI­TION WITH LEAD­ING LINES 2. HAVE HU­MAN EL­E­MENTS IN YOUR LAND­SCAPE SHOTS 3. ADD IN­TER­EST­ING IM­AGES TO THE FORE­GROUND 5. REFLECTIONS AND SYM­MET­RI­CAL PHO­TOS

Be­sides in­clud­ing hu­man el­e­ments in your photo, you can add ob­jects in the fore­ground. You can cre­ate more depth to the scenery you are try­ing to share with view­ers. Ob­serve ob­jects such as trees, flow­ers, rocks or even peo­ple as they can be in­ter­est­ing ob­jects for your fore­ground. The fore­ground can be a pow­er­ful part of your im­age. A good photo cov­ers three el­e­ments: the main sub­ject, fore­ground and the back­ground. By hav­ing a dis­tinct fore­ground, a sim­ple land­scape snapshot can be turned into an out­stand­ing shot.

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