When Does a Photograph Need a Focal Point

by Michael Frye | Aug 2, 2015 | Composition | When doing critiques I often encounter otherwise-wonderful images, with simple, strong compositions, great light, and nice color, but lacking an essential ingredient: a focal point. Viewers need something to latch onto, and if they don’t find it right away they feel lost. You have to … Continue reading When Does a Photograph Need a Focal Point