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Want to tell the Richland Two story with just a snap of the camera? Great photography conveys the feelings and compels others to look more closely. A photo is the first thing we see; it draws us in and fuels our passion.


  • Put the subject in a relevant context and environment
  • Use the "rule of thirds" when positioning your subject.
  • Capture real moments: cheering at a pep rally; a smile after getting the correct answer; a smiling teacher reading a story to the class
  • Avoid posing subjects. Let your subject use their own space and don't have them look at the camera