Show us a frame as a composition

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An otherwise dull picture can get some meaning by adding a frame, like a couple of trees, an entrance, a hole through which the pic is taken.

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:bravo-009:
oddly I would have thought I should have something to offer her... but it seems not

i don't think this was the kind of frame you meant

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This IS a frame
And the picture is telling a story, thanks to this frame...:bravo-009:
 

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thanks gerard

I thought I might have had more pictures with obvious use of a 'frame' as in your examples... but it seems to me that my frame is the edged of the image :)


still here a couple more that might stretch to your concept

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thanks gerard

I thought I might have had more pictures with obvious use of a 'frame' as in your examples... but it seems to me that my frame is the edged of the image :)


still here a couple more that might stretch to your concept

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If the 'frame' is part of the scene, then it is ok as far as I am concerned.
 

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I was thinking the dock crane was framed on each side by the building and the submarine/fence and the ground on the bottom ... three sided maybe?

I will remove it but given it is questionable.

Andrew
I was only asking and had no intention that the photo had to be removed.
Now you have removed it, I can not give comment how questionable it was :)
 

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#1 and # 2 are perfect examples.
#3 is special because the subject is in front of the frame.
same for #4, but in this case the subject is not wholly encompassed by the frame. On the other hand, IMHO this is the best of the 4 pics.
 

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