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Click Click! 040: Framing while composing a photo.

"Boston's Custom House Tower" F2.8 | 1/13s | ISO 800

Every Wednesday of the week, I’ll share with you my moments of Photography in this Blog: “Click Click!”
-Just a simple guy with a camera

There’s so much to learn in photography, and one of the best ways to learn is to take more photos. If you are even more interested, classes or workshops will help you break out your creative self. Anyways,  one of the many basics in composition is framing.

More after the break…

Just take a look at your photo frame. Framing is almost like that. You use framing to help get the attention of the viewer to focus on your subject.

1. Using foreground: In my “Boston Custom Tower”, I used the tree to give the clock tower a sense of depth.

2. Using like a window, car side mirror, or doorway, and having your subject appear in it (typically).

3. Using shapes: Like food on a plate, that’s what Legna usually likes to shoot.

"Wine Box" F2.8 | 1/30s | ISO 640

"Small Dragon Bun" F13 | 1/30s | ISO 3200

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