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Simply put, the 90˚ helps TRAP their eyes.  Yup, I said it, trap their eyes.  Sounds weird? Its not. Look at the examples below. With the 90˚ angle, you can actually build compositions in patterns that stop the viewer’s eye from moving out of the frame. Look at the way these photos were composed.

Simply put, the helps TRAP their eyes. Yup, I said it, trap their eyes. Look at the examples below. With the angle, you can actually build compositions in patterns that stop the viewer’s eye from moving out of the frame.

10 Need-To-Know Photography Basics To Try Now – Bright.Bazaar

10 Need-To-Know Photography Basics To Try Now

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