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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point_of_interest

A point of interest, or POI, is a specific point location that someone may find useful or interesting. An example is a point on the Earth representing the location of the Space Needle, or a point on Mars representing the location of the mountain , Olympus Mons. Most consumers use the term when referring to hotels, campsites, ...

digital-photography-school.com/using-focal-points-in-photography

Next time you take your digital camera out and line it up for a shot pause before you press the shutter button and ask yourself: “What is the Focal Point in this Picture?” Some other ways to ask the same question might include – What is the central point of interest? What will draw the eye of the viewers of this picture? What in ...

photo.stackexchange.com/questions/20927/what-is-a-point-of-interest-in-a-photograph-and-where-is-it-lacking-in-this-cand

Your image photo is simple, without a lot of extra bother, and I think each element has a part to play. There are, in fact, many points of interest, and while none is dominant, they work nicely together as a whole. I like the sequence from new to old, and I like the balance of the bright burning candles and the ...

www.ephotozine.com/article/how-to-make-sure-your-subject-is-the-main-point-of-interest-17128

Aug 13, 2017 ... Most of the time, when you're out taking photographs, even if it's a quick snap, make sure your shot has a strong point of interest as if it doesn't, you'll find anyone who looks at your image will look at the image, their eyes won't find anything to settle on and they'll simply move on to look at another shot.

photoinf.com/General/NAVY/Photographic_composition_Balance.htm

Photographic Composition, Center of interest, Subject placement, Simplicity, Viewpoint and camera angle, Balance. ... Subsequently, the viewer becomes confused and wonders what the picture is all about. When the picture has one, and only one, dominant "point of interest," the viewer quickly understands the picture.

www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/tips-and-solutions/importance-focal-points-photographic-composition

Defined in the fine arts as a point of interest that makes an art work unique, in the realm of optics the term “focal point” also refers to the site where parallel rays of light meet after passing through a convex lens, or diverging from a concave mirror. In its broadest sense, a focal point in a photograph is synonymous with a ...

www.pinterest.com/explore/focal-point-photography

Find and save ideas about Focal point photography on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Focus photography, Vision photography and Worldwide photography.

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May 22, 2013 ... POI - Point of Interest plays a lot to produce a good quality photograph. It sounds simple but in reality is not. To make a good photograph, it needs to have...

www.picturecorrect.com/tips/focal-point-in-photo-compositions

Apr 3, 2013 ... A focal point is the part of an image that draws the eye of a viewer to the most important part of the image or the area that you want to highlight. How you do this will make or break the final image. If you don't know how to create this point then you will not achieve much in your photography. point of interest in ...