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Challenge: Nov. 15-18, 2020: Frame Your Shot
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Nov 15, 2020 20:50:10   #
katspangle Loc: Santa Fe NM
 
One way of adding interest to a shot is to frame the subject. Most often used are architectural items (windows, doors, arches), and geologic or other natural frames (natural arches, trees etc.) I am looking forward to seeing some of your obvious and subtle frames in your photography.

A few of my attempts: The Grand Canyon, Natural Bridges and Chaco Canyon


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Nov 15, 2020 20:54:29   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
katspangle wrote:
One way of adding interest to a shot is to frame the subject. Most often used are architectural items (windows, doors, arches), and geologic or other natural frames (natural arches, trees etc.) I am looking forward to seeing some of your obvious and subtle frames in your photography.

A few of my attempts: The Grand Canyon, Natural Bridges and Chaco Canyon


Will be interesting katspangle

Nov 15, 2020 20:58:29   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
Would this be framed? Shot at 5:00 PM today


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Nov 15, 2020 21:54:20   #
kay55 Loc: NE Ohio
 
katspangle wrote:
One way of adding interest to a shot is to frame the subject. Most often used are architectural items (windows, doors, arches), and geologic or other natural frames (natural arches, trees etc.) I am looking forward to seeing some of your obvious and subtle frames in your photography.

A few of my attempts: The Grand Canyon, Natural Bridges and Chaco Canyon


very nice series number three is my favorite

Nov 15, 2020 21:55:27   #
kay55 Loc: NE Ohio
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Would this be framed? Shot at 5:00 PM today


I like reflections on water, this is very nice

Nov 15, 2020 22:15:00   #
kay55 Loc: NE Ohio
 
I love my neighbors trees, the second one was shot in vivid mode.





Nov 15, 2020 22:47:59   #
Photogirl17 Loc: Glenwood, Ark.
 
katspangle wrote:
One way of adding interest to a shot is to frame the subject. Most often used are architectural items (windows, doors, arches), and geologic or other natural frames (natural arches, trees etc.) I am looking forward to seeing some of your obvious and subtle frames in your photography.

A few of my attempts: The Grand Canyon, Natural Bridges and Chaco Canyon


Fabulous start off Kats, and Thanks again for Hosting..

 
 
Nov 16, 2020 03:39:19   #
creativ simon Loc: Coulsdon, South London
 
In these 3 shots the work also became the frame


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Nov 16, 2020 06:49:25   #
Fred Ann Loc: New Brunswick, Canada
 
The outside edge of a tree stump became an oval frame for its pallette of leaves.



Nov 16, 2020 08:03:14   #
ZtaKED Loc: Lakes Region, New Hampshire & NE Florida
 
katspangle wrote:
One way of adding interest to a shot is to frame the subject. Most often used are architectural items (windows, doors, arches), and geologic or other natural frames (natural arches, trees etc.) I am looking forward to seeing some of your obvious and subtle frames in your photography.

A few of my attempts: The Grand Canyon, Natural Bridges and Chaco Canyon



St. Augustine Pier, or Flagler Beach pier. Can’t recall which...seen one pier, seen them all?


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Nov 16, 2020 08:28:32   #
kay55 Loc: NE Ohio
 
creativ simon wrote:
In these 3 shots the work also became the frame


Great perspective, very nice set, love the first one.

 
 
Nov 16, 2020 09:31:58   #
Rufe Loc: Missouri
 
A couple from Missouri.





Nov 16, 2020 09:50:49   #
AndyT Loc: Hampstead, New Hampshire
 
A few framed shots.


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Nov 16, 2020 10:19:27   #
katatl
 
katspangle wrote:
One way of adding interest to a shot is to frame the subject. Most often used are architectural items (windows, doors, arches), and geologic or other natural frames (natural arches, trees etc.) I am looking forward to seeing some of your obvious and subtle frames in your photography.

A few of my attempts: The Grand Canyon, Natural Bridges and Chaco Canyon



Here's a few
Little River at Great Smoky Mountain NP
Little River at Great Smoky Mountain NP...
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Bridge over the Chattahoochee
Bridge over the Chattahoochee...
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Newfound Gap GSMNP
Newfound Gap GSMNP...
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Blue Ridge Mountain path
Blue Ridge Mountain path...
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Sweetwater creek Mill ruin
Sweetwater creek  Mill ruin...
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Nov 16, 2020 10:35:54   #
kay55 Loc: NE Ohio
 
Rufe wrote:
A couple from Missouri.


Nice, love the bridge with the reflection

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