Composing Frames in Photography

By: danitacahill

May 18 2012

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Category: composition, Fall Theme, Framing, Landscape Photography, Nature, Rural Photography

3 Comments

Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:70mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/250 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

We’re talking about ways to frame a photo when composing it.

I took this shot from the top of our property this past fall. This is a common way to use framing – utilize available branches and trees.

For another example of framing a subject – in this case the Pacific Ocean – click here. In this photo, sand dunes have been used as the frame. I used a telephoto lens, which compressed the shot. The ocean is not really as close to the dunes as it looks in this shot.

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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3 comments on “Composing Frames in Photography”

  1. Starla wrote on my Facebook link: “This one makes me want to gaze through it, very cool, and every once in a while I want to break off that little dead branch on the left!”

  2. “This particular “frame” really pulls me in!” Starla added on my Facebook link.


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