danob [D. L.
Where the subject
is placed within the frame can make or
break a photo. Often the photo is much
if the subject is placed off center. By
composing with the bird slightly higher
or lower in the frame, a more
composition is created. A common problem
faced by many photographers is
such as crisscrossing sticks, or
branches that seem to come out of the
top of the subject’s head. One way to
the background is to vary the depth of
field used in the exposure.
Proper positioning to eliminate
background clutter is essential. to
avoid competing with the subject for the
The tripod should be carefully
positioned both horizontally and
vertically in order to eliminate clutter
and/or bright highlights.
This way a pleasant green background can
be created which makes the subject "pops