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Learn By Doing – Finding a Frame in your picture

Assignment #17 – Finding a frame in your picture

Framing is when you frame the main subject in your picture. Bringing depth and a better focus to what your main picture is. I always read about framing when it comes to composition. I read it, but I guess I have never tried to find a frame for my picture.

So today I set out with a purpose to only look for a framed composition. Our day started out with a great morning hike!   It was the perfect day for a hike although there weren’t  many framed opportunities to be found, but a beautiful hike. Here is a picture of the kids once we made it to the top. We had sat down and had dark chocolate and water to celebrate! Not a framed shot, but a fun day!

After dinner we set out again to find some sort of framed composition! Cade found lots of budding little flowers to take pictures of. I searched for framed picture opportunities. Cade was busy taking his own pictures to follow me around and stand in my pictures… My son the photographer! Love it!


How about you… Any framed photos you want to share? You can post at the bottom of this post or on DigitalCamFan FaceBook wall. If you have questions about “Learn By Doing” Please refer to the guideline page. If you have no questions post away!


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