One of the vendors at the Antique Spectacular Show had an interesting selection of mannequins. I managed to get an overall photograph of them, but I missed getting close-up shots - mainly because the vendor glared at me with big question marks on his face. In a photographic situation like this I rely on Photoshop (or any editing software). Cropping is a great way to focus on details and get several great photographs out of one. Check out the example below:
I'm particularly fond of the last one - love the stranded arm. Obviously cropping is nothing new, but keep it in mind the next time you are in a photographic bind, feeling experimental, or want to create an interesting photograph series.
Got a photography tip? Would love to hear - I'm continuously trying to learn!