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Fall Photo Tip #1


There are many things you can immediately do to start to improving your fall photos.


Todays tip has to do with leading the eye. Use branches, roads or fences to lead the viewer's eye through your photo. In this picture the branches point to the light house. When the viewer at first sees the photo, they are drawn to the colourful fall leaves but then their eye is automatically drawn to the light house. They are forced to look at the photo longer even if they are not aware of it. Using this technique is a way to make your photos more interesting.


This is just one of many ways that you can improve your fall photos. Remember to have fun and keep shooting.


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