When framing a shot, you are always thinking about the story you are trying to portray. If you have more than one subject in your image, spacing becomes very important. Do you want them close together? Is spread apart better? When shooting this super fun couple the day of their wedding, we decided to take most of the couple pictures before the ceremony. The groom had already seen the dress, so they weren’t worried about the tradition of the groom not seeing the dress before the actual ceremony. We had a lot of fun using a variety of spacing ideas to tell their story on this most important of all days.
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR THREE…) OF WHERE SPACING OF THE SUBJECTS HELPS TELL THE PICTURE’S STORY.
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