I tried finding info on how to frame photos of landscape with people in the foreground (i.e. friends/family standing in front of a landmark) but there appears to be very little info available.
I looked through some of the photos I took previously and noticed that the photo cuts off at the waist - people occupying 1/2 or 1/3 of the photo sometimes.
This seems wrong to me. As a general rule of thumb, is it better for the photo to show at least until the knees (or even the entire person) of the people standing in the foreground? Does this imply that I have been standing too close to the people in the foreground?