Whenever we press the shutter button to take a photo, we’re making a commitment.
One could argue that the focal point is the most important part of a photo because it is what’s responsible for anchoring the viewer’s attention.
Once this attention has been captured, the focal point can then lead the eyes toward other elements within the scene.
Consider other perspectivesBefore you press the shutter, ask yourself if you are getting the shot from the best perspective possible.
Before your finger presses down on that shutter button, think about the relationship between your shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings.

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