Leaving Space Around Your Subject

While filling the frame with your subject can lead to a high impact portrait - particularly if the final image will be used at a small scale - using this technique all the time leads to a selection of images that are repetitive. As with many of the rules of composition, when your images are viewed as a set, variety becomes key. Allowing space around your subject also enables you to include background or environmental details.

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