By Hannah Katalbas Certain photos command attention in such a way that we experience an immediate visceral response. You might feel uplifted, content, anxious, surprised, or even upset after viewing emotionally charged photos. This emotional element in photography is referred to as “mood.” In certain scenarios, like with candid photography, you will often find that a scene already has a predominant mood. Mood isn’t easily created while shooting outside of a studio, but here are a few ways to enhance it. You are probably familiar with tools in post-production that help create more emotionally charged images. Tweaking the color tones, applying subtle masking effects, and other editing techniques can drastically shift the feel of an image. The tools in editing apps like PicsArt make this incredibly easy for photographers of any skill level. One often overlooked way to enhance mood is through deliberate choices in composition. The way a subject is framed…