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Draw the eye to a key feature

A big part of photo composition is creating an image where the viewer is naturally drawn to a key feature of the subject. The eyes of this young lion, photographed in a wildlife rescue program in Amman, Jordan, are central to the overall image and draw the viewer first.

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