Framing the subject
The way that you frame a picture can have a
huge effect on the overall look of your
photograph.
Look t...
A bird's-eye view is an view of an object from above, with
a perspective as though the observer were a bird.
Stand on a ch...
Fill the frame with what you want to focus on
So how do you fill your frame?
Use your Zoom - your point and shoot has one ...
The mid view is an view of a person that crops just
above the waist. The Background is usually included
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  1. 1. Framing the subject The way that you frame a picture can have a huge effect on the overall look of your photograph. Look through the following slides and then experiment with the different techniques
  2. 2. A bird's-eye view is an view of an object from above, with a perspective as though the observer were a bird. Stand on a chair or ladder, get above your subject! A worm's-eye view is a view of an object from below, as though the observer were a worm. Get down on the ground!
  3. 3. Fill the frame with what you want to focus on So how do you fill your frame? Use your Zoom - your point and shoot has one try it out. Use your legs - just because you have that zoom doesn't mean you have to use it for everything. Take a few steps closer to your subject to get the photo you want.
  4. 4. The mid view is an view of a person that crops just above the waist. The Background is usually included

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