Tom's idea: one of the most basic aspects of composition in photography is the use of a foreground and a background. A well selected, focused and positioned foreground object can add depth and interest to a scene. Likewise - a poorly arranged background can add clutter and distraction to an image of an object. For this critique please submit one to two photographs with distinct foreground and background elements. Be prepared to talk about why you think the composition either works or doesn't work. The subject is entirely up to you.
Send photos to me as attachments, please, at the latest one or two days prior to the Meetup. email@example.com If you don't hear from me, then resend or at least check in with me to make sure I received them.