Snap chat. Frames

Indian arches

One of the things I really like doing in photography is finding a frame to wrap around my image. Framing an object within a photograph is a good way of bringing the eye in to what you want people to look at. It’s a handy technique when you’re in a place that has architectural features like arches, windows, and porticos, especially ones that make an attractive outline. And you don’t have to stop there. You can use any framing pattern that your eye sees – trees, overhanging branches, curved fishing rods, telegraph posts & wires, and so on. It can make something ordinary look quite alluring. Let your imagination work for you.

~ Spotted Cow

Dubrovnik, from a hole in the wall In front of the Tate Modern Cologne railway stationMoorish arch, Trujillo

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