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For those who are hoping to improve the quality of their shots, there are many ways to make this happen, including paying a bit of closer attention to the composition of the shot. The composition is comprised of everything that is in the photo. This includes your subject, which is the person or thing that is your main goal in the picture. In addition to this, all of the background the foreground and anything to the side of the subject is part of the composition. Getting the composition right is an important part of succeeding in improving your photos.

The Common Mistake

One of the biggest mistakes made with composition is not paying attention to what else is in the photo when you are taking it. For example, many people often look only at the subject of their photo, not paying attention to whom else or what else is in the picture. An example of this is taking a quick shot of your family at an amusement park. You pull out the camera and want to get the shot fast to capture their happiness. So, you look for them in the lens, hope they are smiling and take the photo. The result is either a blurred shot from rushing or it has some stranger in the background, who you did not want to be there.

Rather than doing this, stop and invest just a few extra seconds in the shot. Here is a rundown to look for.

  1. Is the subject centered and as close as possible? Fill them up with the shot to get the best result.

  2. Look at the background. Who is there? Is there are a trash can right next to them or anything else that is less than appealing? If so, move the shot so that you avoid these items.

  3. Is the zoom right? If there is something in the photo that you do not want to be there, it is best to zoom in and avoid that. You may be able to crop this out later, but if it is an important element in the photo, you may need to change the scenery of the entire shot.

Paying a bit more attention to the composition of the photos you take only takes an investment of a few extra seconds. When you do so, you will capture amazing, high-quality photos that are not lacking in substance.

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