Dividing a composition in half by placing the horizon across the middle of the frame can yield a powerful composition with the right subject and appropriate light.
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Horizons placed very low in the frame heighten the isolation of subjects at the horizon.
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Isolating one person at the bottom edge of the frame can create an atmosphere of emptiness by contrasting it with the vastness of the sky.
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