RETURN TO DISTANCE LEARNING ASSIGNS
FRAMING LECTURE SLIDES


THE FRAMING ASSIGNMENT

•Framing (often referred to as sub-framing) is a compositional technique that can be used to focus, or direct, the viewer’s attention to the subject of the photo.
•Framing can give your images a sense of depth, layers, context, intrigue and can lead the viewer's eye toward the subject.

WHAT TO SHOOT
Shoot a minimum of 20 images using TWO of the FIVE "framing" styles below:
•option #1 -frame a face with an object
•option #2 -frame a person with a car, bicycle or skateboard
•option #3 -frame an object with another object

•option #4 -frame a subject using the natural environment
•option #5 -frame a person using architecture

WHAT TO SUBMIT
•Pick your two best images and a 20 image proofsheet and submit them in the Google Classroom, "Framing" assignment folder.

CAMERA SETTINGS
•Make sure your subject is in focus, not the foreground object -use the "touch focus" settting on your smartphone camera to lock your focus on the subject.
•Adjust your exposure as needed using the in-camera app.


Here are your "framing" options:
Option #1 Framing a face with an object


Option #2 Frame a person with a car or bicycle

Option #3 Frame an object with an object


Option #4 Framing a subject in natural environment

Option #5 Frame a person with architecture