Photography myths - sense of scale

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Bobthearch
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Re: Photography myths - sense of scale
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Quarkcharmed wrote:

As an example, below is a shot of me taken by my relative - does the human element give you a sense of scale?

Yes, even if it's not directly proportional.  And the person provides a central point of interest.

That said, I generally don't want people in my photos.

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