The meaning of fill the frameSubject photography

The meaning of fill the frame
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brok3morgan

brok3morgan

I believe the answer you're looking for is foreground. If you were to take a picture of an animal you would likely focus on the animal and the back ground would blur.

rosemary909

rosemary909

Copyright refers to the legal right of the owner of intellectual property.

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bella2284

bella2284

The answer is A, Foreground. The foreground is typically where the closest objects are, which means you can see them more clearly than ones in the background. So if the photographer wanted to take a picture with something in the foreground, the object would be very visible and close. Hope this helped you ∴°ω°∴

rburd

rburd

Here, the frame refers to the edges of your photograph or the edges of the viewfinder of your camera when you are shooting. The advice to fill the frame means to get in close, to make your subject a significant portion of the final photograph.

jamarcusweverjr1133

jamarcusweverjr1133

When you claim something that ain’t yours