The foreground refers to the part of an image that appears closest to the viewer. It often plays a crucial role in framing the subject of a photograph.


What is Foreground?

What is Foreground?

In photography, the foreground is a key compositional element that can add depth and context to an image. By placing objects or elements in the foreground, photographers can create a sense of perspective, leading the viewer's eye into the scene and adding layers to the composition. The foreground can be used to frame the main subject, provide a point of interest, or create a visual anchor for the viewer. It helps establish a sense of scale and can enhance the overall storytelling of the photograph.

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