Canon PowerShot G12, Leading Lines

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One way to pull a viewer into your image is to incorporate leading lines. These are elements that come from the edge of the frame and then lead into the image toward the main subject (Figure 9.10). This can be the result of vanishing perspective lines, an element such as a river, or some other feature used to move from the outer edge in to the heart of the image.

The road leads the eye directly toward the mountains and water in the distance.
Figure 9.10 The road leads the eye directly toward the mountains and water in the distance.