i. Avoid juxtapositioning subjects and objects. If you place a talent in
front of or beside a set or prop in such a way that it appears to grow out of
their side, head, or body, that is juxtapositioning (fig 3-17).
Figure 3-17. Juxtapositioning, poor placement
of talent in relation to sets or props
is supported by the remaining elements. The placement of the principal subject
meaning of the photograph more clearly and quickly. To locate the ideal site
the principal subject on one of the intersections (fig 3-18).
Ideal sites for center of interest