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Richard david Renda

Here is another perfect
example of how a change
in something so small like
"leg position" can affect
the feel or look of a
picture. Here you see
Alex has her legs crossed.
But from one shot to the
next we see her feet and
the lower part of her legs
are further apart. This is
some of what you will
face in the course of
selecting that perfect
picture. Sometimes the
choice will be difficult.


The purpose of this shot is not to show your legs (although you are welcome to look at them for as long as
you want). What we will do here is look at the location the Editor chose to shoot. A larger area is being
worked with. But what you see is not what the camera sees. So the point is with a white or colored press
board behind you it is possible to create a photo in any environment. Let's see how the camera sees it. Does
it see everything that is around Alex ? Note the white board behind the Model. What is in the photograher's
eye ?
photo:
Richard
Renda
photo by Richard david Renda - "The Photo Shoot Shooting The Photo Shoot Shooting"
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