Justine Stevens has won a digital camera with this great tip that works very well alongside the use negative space tip by Neil Speers. Congrats Julie! - David.
When taking photos most people remember to consider the background. However a really important thing to remember is that we see three dimensionally, and to create amazing photos we should remember our foreground too!
For example in landscapes take your photo down lower and include a rock or leaf in the foreground up close. It really emphasizes the rest of the picture by creating more dimension. Another example when at the beach taking photos of your family and friends, have the beach/sea as your background, people in the middle ground and again take your photo down lower and put a sandcastle, or starfish, shells, or driftwood in the foreground.
Fantastic three dimensional photography! I actually carry a beautiful piece of driftwood in the car with me wherever I go, so I have an instant piece of beauty to create a foreground when there is nothing else around.
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