Nikon D7000, Frames within Frames

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The outer edge of your photograph acts as a frame to hold all of the visual elements of the photograph. One way to add emphasis to your subject is through the use of internal frames (Figure 9.14). Depending on how the frame is used, it can create the illusion of a third dimension to your image, giving it a feeling of depth.

By positioning myself between the two trees, I was able to use them as a frame to give emphasis to the barn. It also gives us a story about the environment surrounding the barn.
Figure 9.14 By positioning myself between the two trees, I was able to use them as a frame to give emphasis to the barn. It also gives us a story about the environment surrounding the barn.