How To Make Your Subject Stand Out When The Background Is Busy

How To Make Your Subject Stand Out When The Background Is Busy

[ATTENTION PHOTOGRAPHERS] These 4 Simple Tips Will Give You Better Photos Immediately

If you have ever tried street photography, you understand how difficult it can be to isolate your subject. Shooting at crowded locations can make your image seem like this one big mass of people, which makes it hard for the viewer to focus on.

It’s the same thing when you’re taking travel photos, shooting a wedding reception or a popular event. There’s always a lot going on in the scene and it’s your job to bring the subject out in a creative way. It’s not always easy, but with a little practice you’ll learn to find ways to do that.



There are many ways to make your subject stand out and the following article will give you great tips on how to do that. One of my favorites is to use a tilt-shift lens – if you use it correctly, it will give you a great special effect and almost make your subject pop out of the photo. However, it can be a bit tricky when you first try it!

About Anna-Mari Vuorela

Anna-Mari Vuorela is a Finnish entrepreneur who first picked up a DSLR in 2009. Since then the world of photography has swept her away - these days her focus is on children's portraiture as well as nature and film photography.

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