Composition principles: Borders & Framing

Cours Mirabeau 2 A little later than intended, I return to the idea underlying this blog: the discussion of basic composition principles. This time around, I had planned to post on the joint subjects of borders and framing. Instead, I found that though the two are closely related, they could not be easily merged without leaving too many details and variants out.

Typical So, instead, I delved a little deeper to bring you two separate articles:

Once again, all samples are taken from submissions by members of the Flickr group Learn Composition by Example.

My thanks to all those who participated, offering up the hundred-plus images that provided two full sets of 18 plus one examples.

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