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The image you are photographing is already framed inside the confines of the viewfinder, but placing your subject within another frame can be a good way to draw the viewer’s eyes toward the part of the image you’d like to emphasize (Figure 8.21). You can also give the image a feeling of depth and help tell a story by being creative with the depth of field (Figure 8.22).

The vacant house in the background is framed by the broken window in the foreground.
FIGURE 8.21 The vacant house in the background is framed by the broken window in the foreground.

The bride in the mirror is framed by her mother in the foreground. I used a wide aperture to give the image depth.
FIGURE 8.22 The bride in the mirror is framed by her mother in the foreground. I used a wide aperture to give the image depth.

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