Chapter 2: Composition
Your Eye Isn’t the Camera’s Eye Too frequently photographers will be disappointed when a photographic image does not live up to their expectations. The picture wasn’t close enough, bright enough, focused enough, focused on the wrong thing, or just didn’t project the emotion you craved. You must be careful how you interpret a scene or subject. It is important that you recognize that most of the work involved in creating a good shot is done beforehand.