WEEK 16 of the 52-Week Photography Challenge is Frame within a Frame which is a compositional tool that can add interest to an image.
WEEK 16 – FRAME WITHIN A FRAME
Using something in your image to frame your main subject can draw attention to it while often adding more depth to the overall photograph.
You can specifically add a frame to your composition before you take a shot, or even add them in post-editing, but this challenge is about observation too, so your aim is to discover naturally occurring frames. But anything goes!
Once you start looking for ways to frame your subject you will find more than you realise.
Your challenge: Look for and use frames within your photographs!
As ever, these challenges are to encourage new photography, so we ask you not to simply re-use your existing stock.