Diagon Alley, Grant Park, Forres
It isn't always necessary to get as close as possible to the subject nor is it always necessary to fill the frame. However the further the subject is away from the camera the more perfect the rest of the frame has to look in relation to the chosen target. here we get a sense of place and a sense of light passing between the trees. Timing is as ever very important as your eyes will inevitably be directed to the focal point in this case Ben and Anna running side by side in the same plane of shallow focus and therefore crisply depicted against a slightly less sharp but necessarily uncluttered backdrop.
Photo © copyright by Ian Cameron.