Multiple Points of Interest – The Secret to Creating Dynamic Images!

Today, I want to share with you how adding multiple points of interest in your photos can make for much more dynamic and interesting photographs.

When people first start taking images, they often focus on just one subject in the frame, but a professional technique to make images much more interesting is to add multiple points of interest within the frame of the photograph.

To begin doing this, you need to start by first appreciating the frame of your photograph and what you can fit within it. Typically a wide angle lense is best suited to this technique (such as a 35mm, or wider) because it allows you to have a wider view and gives you the ability to fit more things within your frame. You don’t want to go too wide however, as then you will lose the ability to focus your viewer’s attention.


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