Doubling Up

Photographs of individual pieces or people can be called portraits or still life images. Including two figures or subjects, seems to allow the entire picture to be looked at rather than just forcing an individual focal point. The beach in the black and white shot is beautiful, and the background in the first shot is simply stunning. If there were only one person, or tree in these instances, I think the focus would be on the object rather than the setting. Having multiple subjects allows more breathing space and less "tunnel vision" overall. For many gorgeous images with one, two or ten subjects, please check out the Printed Art Collection!

Dead Vlei - Namibia by Martin Heigan

Breakfast With The Orangutans by Howard Mitchell

Double Doors by Kim Wilson

Best Friends by Robert S. Sfeir

House of Music by Dennis Smith

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