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#1304:Photo Tip #1: CROP. Cut out extraneous data along edges of photo, either in-camera or in post-production.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 20:57 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1305:Photo Tip #1: SEPARATION OF ELEMENTS. Each person or other subject should be distinct from its surroundings. Move to make that happen!
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:00 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1306:Photo Tip #2: SEPARATION OF ELEMENTS. Each person or other subject should be distinct from its surroundings. Move to make that happen!
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:01 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1307:Photo Tip #3: SINGLE FOCUS POINT. Each photo should have only ONE center of attention, no more. If two things are competing, cut one out.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:04 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1308:Photo Tip #4; COMPRESSION. Select a viewpoint that compresses the scene into a tight area. E.g. A whole mile-long train seen from the front.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:08 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1309:Photo Tip #5: ILLUSION OF DEPTH. Always put something in the foreground and something in the background.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:11 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1310:Photo Tip #6: HUMANIZATION. Every photo needs a human or human-like character to give the scene perspective.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:13 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1311:Photo Tip #7: HIGH CONTRAST. Search for bright colors and high contrast between colors. Avoid dull grays.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:15 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1312:Photo Tip #8: IRONY. Seek the outrageous and that which is unexpected for the situation.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:18 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1313:Photo Tip #9: FIND HIDDEN MESSAGES. Look for messages in the juxtaposition of objects. Change your viewpoint to bring these items together.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:21 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1314:Photo Tip #10: TAKE A LOT OF FRAMES. Shoot first, ask questions later. In the digital age, it's all free, so why not?
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:22 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1315:Photo Tip #11: REMOVE DISTRACTIONS. Frame or crop to exclude distracting objects, or Photoshop them out.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 21:25 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1316:Photo Tip #12: SUN BEHIND YOU. Whenever possible, stand with the sun behind you for best light.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 22:05 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1348:Photo Tip #13: ILLUSION OF MOTION. Every photo should be "going someplace" with its main character engaged in an action.
— Sat Aug 29 2009 01:20 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar

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