Framing and composition really are the most important parts of portrait photography or landscape photography, and it is primarily what separates the professionals from the amateurs. This all has to do with where you put the subject in your photo frame. The basic rule when shooting portraits is to try to fill the frame with your subject, leaving just enough extra to include a bit of their environment around the subject. The closer and tighter you are on your subject, the better the portrait usually looks. Single subjects generally look good in vertical format. Use the horizontal format for landscapes, group portraits, or for reclining (full body) portraits of single subjects. Remember that the most interesting part of a person is their face.

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