Get great photographs by giving importance to image and eliminating competition from the frame. Creating memorable photographs is easier by creating the right balance. Now it is easier to focus on the subject. Take our all your old photographs and arrange them in the order of clear subject images you will be surprised to note that you will have a very few photographs on hand. This is because most of us do not provide adequate importance to subjects. Remember that without a focus on the subject the images will not look appreciable. Unless the image is a clear, the value of the photograph will not improve.
So how do you improve the photographs, simply follow certain guidelines. First choose a subject. This is advised even when you consider group photographs. Make sure that you group them into smaller sections. This can give you some clarity on the subject. Think of a movie, how it revolves around the lead actor, similarly it is important to identify your photograph with the lead subject. The bottom line is that if the subject is not clear the photo will not be clear. Amateur photographers do not focus on the subject and this lead to poor imaging. To get promising pictures make sure you identify the subject and this will give you better images.
First make the subject clear. Do not give room for subjects to compete if one another. The subject should be confident of their position. This makes it important to exclude the clutter. Look at the viewfinder and eliminate the clutter. Though you can do it on the computer after clicking the picture, it is always better to do it on the camera. Look at the edges, there should be no clutter. The subject should be prominent. Even if you see the photograph some two decades later, you should do it without magnifying glass.