Portraits of men appear stronger under more dramatic high contrast light. Women prefer softer, diffused lighting.
Use a close foreground object or a person to create the illusion of depth in your photograph. This can also give scale to your photograph.
Use the Rule of Thirds to help improve your compositions. The rule states that you draw imaginary lines 1/3 of the way in from all sides of your frame, then place your point of interest (your subject[s]) on one of the intersecting points.
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