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Watch for Bright Spots

SCOTT KELBY

If you’re on vacation shooting friends, family, or locals, keep this in mind: avoid taking shots where something bright is near your subject (a bright beam of sunlight, or an area lit brightly by the sun, while your subject is in the shade, etc.). By nature, the eye is drawn immediately to that bright spot first, not to your subject (in the image shown here, the bright wall on the right side of the image draws your eye away from the subjects on the bridge). So, when you see a bright area near your subject, change the position you’re shooting from (move left or right) and compose that bright area right out of your shot.


  

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