3. Accentuate a point of interest in the foreground
This particular forest is known for its lush flora, so I framed the shot in a way that the ferns in the foreground are set against the waterfall. Creating a vivid foreground adds depth to the shot.
4. Create a vanishing point
The vanishing point in any picture is the point at which two parallel lines appear to converge. Medieval painters used vanishing points to simulate three dimensions, making objects smaller and smaller in relation to it. In photography, framing the shot to create a vanishing point adds drama and draws the eye into the shot.