More Sisters Reading
Our friends, C & B, agreed to be in yet another photo. Now that B is two she is also interested in books.
C was featured in 2021-6 https://52frames.com/albums/2021/week-6-single-focal-point/photo/1069 and C & B were featured in 2021-12 https://52frames.com/albums/2021/week-12-window-light/photo/1069
Shot with my amazing 1960's Nikkor F1.4 and my Vivitar light meter. So much fun! See below!
This time around, we want you to look closer at a Single Focal Point. While this sounds more like a technical challenge, it's more compositional in nature - we want you to guide your viewer's eye to a distinct part of your image. There are a number of ways that this can be done - depth of field can make it so a subject is in focus while almost everything else is blurred; or you could use negative space and a minimalist composition to draw in the viewer to one part of the image. Sometimes you can also use light as a frame to guide the viewer's perspective to your subject - think spotlight and light shaping. It's all about tuning out the distractions and taking your viewer to the exact spot in your image you want their eyes to well... focus on. You might also want to consider getting some help from your editing software with vignettes, color pops and contrast to make your desired subject stand out. Even better, use a combination of these techniques and other skills to get this challenge sorted.