Much talk has been about whitespace or copyspace in images - designers prefer it and photographers like to emphasize their subjects with it.HOWEVERWhitespace should not be white. Why? Because if it is white, it is just empty. Empty space that makes the file (look) big, but in reality only makes the designers pay more for nothing. If you isolate your shots, then you should crop tightly around it, making the image as big as actual information in the image and not more. It seriously is not fun... continue reading
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