Regardless of your subject matter, the rules of good photography don’t change. Whether you are photographing wildlife, making portraits, shooting landscapes, creating tabletops or simply walking around the neighbourhood and generating street scenes, good photographic principles remain constant.
Here are three principles that are as simple as ABC >>>
Angle of the head in an animal portrait
. . . the importance of a proper head angle in wildlife photography can’t be understated. A connection between the photographer and the subject should occur, which in turn leads to a connection between the viewer and the photo. Balance in a landscape . . . it’s essential to make the viewer feel comfortable and not feel as if the photo is weighted down to one side or to the top or the bottom. >>>
…and thirdly Cropping strategically.
A well-executed crop is one where everything
that appears should be included and nothing that’s
included needs to be removed. Think about these
words and apply them to every composition you make. It’s really dictating that every element is important!