Depth creates a 3-d effect to the photo, and can be achieved by adding objects to the background, foreground, or overlapping.
Framing is when objects take form to almost create a sort of barrier to add focus on the main object.
Symmetry And Patterns
Adding symmetry to a photo enhances the photo, and usual bring better focus to the main focus point in a composition.
Cropping allows the photo to become tighter to cancel out “Background noise” and focus on the main subject
Rule Of Thirds
The rule of thirds is when your main subject is on at least one of the third lines if you were to divide up a picture into 9 segments. This will add interest and balance to a photo.
Taking loads of photos and getting different angles, and tones, etc. without having to worry about running out of film
Going along with the rule of thirds the main focus of the picture should have something to balance the empty space around it.
Background makes the subject of the photo pop out more and create a more 3-d effect
Description of what they do: take pictures of bodies that can be used for training etc.
Qualifications/Career Path: a degree in photography is vital, and some medical training may be required for certain positions
Pros: helps advance medicine research
Cons: not a very creative job
Average Salary: 41k 59k
Description of what they do: take pictures of certain sports events and capture moment fans would appreciate
Qualifications/Career Path: contacts, and connections are vital. And sports photographers normally work with news sites and papers
Pros: get to turn a passion into a career
Cons: limited vacations and high demands
Average Salary: 10,000 and 20,000
Description of what they do: take photos of celebrities and send them to magazines etc
Qualifications/Career Path: live in a celebrity hotspot
Pros: get to see celebrities and travel to cool places
Cons: job is looked down upon, and cam be hard to get paid
Average Salary: depending on the photo you could get from $50 to upwards of $10,000 per picture