Think inside the box.
Framing draws attention to a particular part of your composition. It is especially handy if you’re shooting a busy scene.
Look for doorways, windows and openings – anything that might help to focus attention on a particular part of your composition. But framing is a powerful tool, so don’t just frame any old thing. Find subjects that are worth putting a frame around. Think of it as creating a photograph within your photograph.
Blesma Members can post their example of ‘Framing’ into, The Rules of Photography Album, found within the Blesma Photography Facebook Group. Click here to go directly to the album.