Are you Prone to this Fault

• Are you continually photographing subjects surrounded by unflattering rocks, sand and reef?

• Is your shot a bird's-eye view of the subject?

• Are these unflattering 'backgrounds' often brighter and more reflective than your intended subject?

• Do you have a stack of photographs with a cyan coloured sandy background?

• Do your pictures appear flat and two-dimensional or frequently lack a 'sense of depth'?

• Are you in the habit of shooting subjects at downward angles?

By adopting these upward attitudes and angles on subjects, you not only achieve better separation against the background and a sense of depth but the subject also gains a greater sense of prominence in the picture frame. Placing the subject on the proverbial pedestal, above the eyes of the viewer, will always afford it greater attention.

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