There are many ways to compose or images and many different elements you can use for effective composition. Framing is one such element of composition that can be very powerful for leading the viewer’s eye when done well.
Eastman Kodak House (the home of George Eastman who founded Kodak) framed by the trees in the front garden.
Weekly Photography Challenge – Framing
Framing isn’t just about finding an archway, window, or doorway to shoot through though. You need to have a strong and interesting subject inside the frame. An empty parking lot framed with a stunning doorway is still a boring, empty parking lot.
Here some tips if you need help with your framing:
- How to Use Framing in an Urban Environment
- Tips for Framing your Images to Tell a More Compelling Story
- How to Use Framing to Create a Sense of Scale
- Tips for Using Natural Framing to Improve Your Composition
- How to Use Framing for More Effective Compositions
I shot this Japanese style pagoda closer up, but it was lacking something. So after walking down the path, I turned around and shot it again, this time using the large trees as framing elements.
Simply upload your shot into the comment field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section) and they’ll get embedded for us all to see or if you’d prefer, upload them to your favorite photo-sharing site and leave the link to them. Show me your best images in this week’s challenge. Sometimes it takes a while for an image to appear so be patient and try not to post the same image twice.
Share in the dPS Facebook Group
You can also share your images in the dPS Facebook group as the challenge is posted there each week as well.
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Author: Darlene Hildebrandt
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