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Layer Elements with Longer Lenses in Street Photography

5 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

One of the most effective ways to fill a frame with information is to layer elements of your composition, either in two dimensions along the X and Y axis or in three with the Z axis.
When it comes to conveying narrative or communicating visual data, this layering is a great way to incorporate multiple elements into a photograph, allowing or introducing a dialogue between those aspects.
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Simple photographs with only one important piece of information, like a portrait or product shot, don't necessarily need information to exist in more than one plane, and often great effort is put into...
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