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  1. Thru_These_Eyes

    Thru_These_Eyes TPF Noob!

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    For school, one of my projects is asking me to photograph a person using leading lines to guide the viewer's eye to the subject.....I have used leading lines for photographing buildings, but never a person. Any advice on where I could take a photograph of a person to capture this type of image?
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Whether the subject is a person or anything else, you can use leading lines to draw the viewer's eye to them. It could be as simple as posing them so that their arm leads the eye to their face. The most cliche thing I can think of, would be to have someone standing on railroad tracks.
     

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