Somtimes I have more ideas than I know what to do with. Sometimes it’s nice if someone just tells me what to do. Maybe your creative juices are already flowing, but if not, try it. Find a frame.
Last week we went to the museum when the girls had a day off. When we arrived, I said, “We need to go to the big room first. I want to get a photo of Augusta crawling in there.” They groaned a little, but understood. I always want to go there. I’ve shared this photo below before. It’s the first one I took in the big museum room.
Finding a frame directs the attention of your eyes to the subject, just like putting something in a frame on the wall says, “Look at this.”
The shape of the frame doesn’t have to be a square or rectangle.
It could be people.
This is something you can do with any camera.
Try it. Find a frame. Let me know how it goes.
2 thoughts to “Try It: Find a Frame”
Very nice. I knew that Agusta was in a frame but I didn't realize that the others were "framed"! A great tip about drawing the eye to the main subject. thanks Jen!
Here is my effort from yesterday!