Eye Contact in Photography

Historical eye contact
Historical eye contact between fighter pilots and museum visitors.

 

Eye contact is a tool that helps a photo to tell a story and makes it more attractive for viewers. You may create an eye contact at least by one of the following ways:

  1. a direct eye contact between subject and viewer, or
  2. an eye contact between visible subjects in a photo, or
  3. an eye contact between visible subjects and imaginable, hidden, or out-of-frame subjects in a photo.

Image is a historical eye contact between fighter pilots and museum visitors.(Auckland War Museum, Auckland, New Zealand @2015)

– Roohollah

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