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HOW DO YOU FRAME THIS KIND OF PHOTOGRAPH

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PHOTOGRAPHY by KRISS on 19 march 2017

HOW DO YOU FRAME THIS KIND OF PHOTOGRAPH So how do you frame a photograph in which you have lots of frames and parallel line on different plans? I believe this is a question all of us taking photographs ask ourselves on certain occasions.
I am talking about the occasional shooter, the passionate and even the working professional.
Even if you’re shooting architecture and this is your thing, I believe there are times you are faced with something you want to shoot but neither the right lens nor the right angle to do it.

So what do you do when that happens ? Do you walk away from the shot ? Do you shoot and then regret you don’t like the shot ? Do you struggle or do you immediately find how to frame things easy peasy because you’re a genius ?

Well, I am not and all scenarios happened to me.

There is one rule I am following though that allowed me to properly (to my liking) frame difficult things like the following shot.
I look at my foreground and my background through the viewfinder and try to get either vertical lines or horizontal lines parallel despite the foreground/background effect.
Whichever one is easier to achieve from the angle I have is the one I go to.
I completely disregard the rest.

Do you have a better way to frame these shots where multiple rectangular shapes fit into one another ? You’re welcome to share !

#phototips #lines

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