Photography - It isn't about the background, but more so about the subject, so fill your contents with the subject of the photo. If not, the subject might get lost in the background.
This photo was taken of my son at Cathedral Caverns in Grant, AL. I took lots of photos of the cave outside and in, but this was one of my favorites. We scanned the photo and put it in a folder with the other photos. If you are making a scrap book with photos, include the cave photos with the one of just your subject and you will always know where it was taken.
Just remember, you are taking a photo of the person, so making sure you can see them is a good thing.
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Hello, this picture is great...yes, taking pictures and
then scrapbooking them is a fabulous idea. I own a scrapbooking store in So. Florida (Let's Scrap) and we offer photography classes twice a month. The trick is to get as close to your subject as possible. Remember the rule of thirds... the subject doesn't always have to be in the center. Get to know your camera, read the manual. Best of luck to you.
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