Posts Tagged ‘ framing ’

49. Haji Ali Dargah

I went to Haji Ali Dargah yesterday. It is a mosque and dargah (tomb) located on an islet off the coast of Worli in the Southern part of Mumbai. There is a long way built on the sea just to visit the Dargah which is in the middle of the water. So, I decided to take a landscape view showing the path and the sea.

This is the trial shot, there were a lot of birds which gave me one more thing to play with.

So I played with the birds for some time.

I walked around the footpath to find out some more interesting view. And I noticed these railings on the side of the footpath which can be used to frame the Dargah.

So now there were three elements: Dargah, railings and birds

I played with the three elements for some time.

The final shot: the bird is right and the framing fits

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Framing

I have been noticing “frame inside a frame” a lot these days. Here are some photographs taken within past 1 month. For those who don’t know, frame inside a frame is a useful composition tool used to emphasize your subject ¬†using the surrounding elements.

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