The foreground layer takes landscape photography to the next level. When out in nature, it’s easy to devote your attention to distant snowy peaks, red canyons or gentle rolling hills. But just because the lighting is perfect and your focus is spot on doesn’t mean the photo can’t be improved. Be sure to look at […]The post The importance of foreground in landscape photography appeared first on Photofocus.
“I can’t go back there. It’s like a cage!” These were Ana’s first words to me, spoken as though having just been released from prison or escaped a hard labor camp. However, this was just our weekly managerial catch-up over Skype. The situation wasn’t nearly as dire, but the emotions were just as raw. Rewind three months Up to this point, Ana had spent her career in a traditional office environment. Suddenly, her company launched a new customer service initiative and working remotely became a possibility. Ana and her team (all millennials) jumped at the chance to go remote, even volunteering… This story continues at The Next Web