Frame within a Frame

Well done to the winners of this week’s assignment ‘Frame within a Frame’. This theme is set to test student’s response to our lesson on composition. Composition in photography is one of the most important thing to get right. An effective use of composition can turn a mediocre subject into an outstanding picture and it’s really easy to achieve.

The principle of Frame within a Frame is to find something within your scene to frame the main part of the image therefore creating a frame, within a frame!

This week’s winners are…….

The people vote goes to Mick Stearn for this shot of a cat through a cardboard tube! Simple prop making all the difference here and it has the ahh factor 😊. Great response to the them.

 © Mick Stearn

© Mick Stearn

My choice goes to Mia Davies for this lovely framed picture of a sunset. I like this because the foreground has been silhouetted to enhance the setting sun. Well done Mia, a great use of composition.

 © Mia Davies

© Mia Davies

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