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cutting off the edges, either by moving in closer to your subject when you are taking the picture or by trimming off the edges of your finished photograph.
1) one picture on a roll of film. 2) a compositional trick where you look "through" something, such as tree branches or a window.
a term often used to describe underexposed images and pictures in which it is difficult to make out the subject.
rule of thirds
trick used to compose balanced photographs that places the subject of the photograph off to the side using a graph pattern rather than directly in the center.
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