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Crop for emphasis. Extra background color is distracting so if there's an aspect you want to focus your viewer's attention on, make sure rest of photo doesn't compete.
Photographs of People Change your angle. Look at people from different angles and in different ways. Consider shooting subjects at work and at play. Help them feel as comfortable as possible.
Zoom in on hands. Our hands often give away what we're feeling. Nervous? Maybe your subject fidgets with his napkin beneath table. Bored? Maybe she's examining her fingernails for flaws in polish.
Think motion and line. Diagonals are often more visually appealing. Color also gives you more variations in considering motion in your photographs.
Keep your images original and crisp and you'll maximize power of your company newsletter, whether it's print or electronic.
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