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Think about your shots.
* Center of interest
- subject(s) placed directly in the center.
- this can get trickly typically you would like a nice plain background, nothing
too busy or it'll take away from the shot.
* Rule of thirds
- imagine your picture area divided into thirds both horizontally and vertically.
The intersections of these imaginary lines suggest four options for placing the
center of interest for good composition.
* Low Lighting
You want to be aware of the direction of your light.
Harsh lighting brings out the imperfection and harsh shadows in skin while more defused lighting gives off little shadow.