Photo Walk Fridays: Framing Your Shot (JennKL Photography)

Welcome to my very first Photo Walk Fridays post. Today’s focus is on framing – framing your shot before you take the picture.  Take a look at the video below for some things to think about while you’re out there taking pictures. Then grab your camera and head out this weekend on your very own photo walk – explore your home, the beach, your favorite park – all the while making a mental note to focus on framing a great shot.  I invite you to check back in next week and share links to the images you capture – I’d love to see them.  Feel free to share either here in the comments section or by connecting with me on Facebook.

 

 

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Brea Torres - August 12, 2011 - 1:08 pm

Thank you :)  Your photos always impress me!!  Glad you liked this one as it is one of my favorites because it shows her beauty & personality so well.   Thanks for the pointers!  Have a great weekend!

JenniferKelleyLublin - August 12, 2011 - 5:54 am

Hey Brea,
So great to hear from you. I love this photo you posted of your daughter. The framing is really neat and different – I like how she is leaning in and her body is facing the edge of the frame – mixes up the norm a bit which I think is great!  It’s also so clear and crisp and I love the attitude.  I totally agree that she should be the star of this picture – so good thinking to not include anyone else in the image. Can’t wait to see more from you. :-)

Brea Torres - August 8, 2011 - 6:38 pm

Very good food for thought when taking photos … I try to think of those things as well.  I like to angle the camera in my shots.  Sometimes I do it just to get things out of the background that I don’t want.  Here is one that I took a while back of my daughter at a resturant … someone was sitting next to her that I didn’t want to get in the picture.  Let me know what you think.  I wasn’t able to get any this weekend but hope to get out there soon to try your photo lessons out … I love this idea that you have and hope it is succesful for you :)

JenniferKelleyLublin - August 6, 2011 - 7:46 pm

Can’t wait to see the pictures you took!  Thank you for the comment. Love you :-)

Hal Lublin - August 6, 2011 - 4:27 pm

Great post, and great lesson, too. As you know, I fall into the habit of centering objects in the frame too often, because I’m thinking of just the one object and ignoring what’s around it. I’m going to try this out today!

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