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foreground

Dark foregrounds help hold the eye within the Frame and increase the illusion of Depth. Bright foreground objects, especially out-of-focus or moving ones, can be distracting. Tip: Back or Side-Light the foreground using little or no Fill. Also see: Frame.

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foreground

The area of a scene that is closer than the subject.
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foreground

Refers to the area of the picture space closest to the viewer, immediately behind the picture plane. The next distant area is the middleground; the most distant is the background.
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foreground

The area between thecamera and the principal subject.
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foreground

The area of an image—usually a photograph, drawing, or painting—that appears closest to the viewer.
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foreground

he area between the camera and the principal subject.
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