Lead-In Lines

Lead-in lines are strong compositional elements that guide the viewer's eye around the image, and draw the viewer's focus towards the subject. For example, in a shot of a subject walking along a winding path, inclusion of the path in the foreground will create a lead-in line. Equally, two rows of converging trees either side of your subject create converging lead-in lines that draw the viewer's eye to their vanishing point behind the subject. By giving the eye a clear path to travel through the photograph,
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