“I’M FIXING A HOLE…” is the start of a favorite Beatles’ song. It’s also a good way to start this week’s hint…about fixing holes in photos.
How do you get a hole in a photo? Usually by shooting from the wrong angle.
The photo above is a good illustration. The photographer shot from an angle perpendicular to the two subjects—and there’s a lot of space between them, creating the hole in the photo.
If the photographer had moved a bit to the left or right, taking the shot from more of a 45 degree angle, he’d still have shown both faces, but with the two subjects now closer to each other.