Assignment #11: Frame-in-frame

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  • sapphire73sapphire73 Major grins PennsylvaniaRegistered Users Posts: 1,780 Major grins
    edited May 14, 2009
    Serendipity?
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    I came across this frame within a frame of foliage while walking through a nature preserve on Sunday, and it seemed serendipitous to me at the time.

    BTW, if anyone looked at this thread earlier today, you may have seen a post from me with some photos - one in particular - that had me thinking vanishing point, window, and/or frame in frame as I was taking each one. The main reason for deleting that message is that it had 5 images in it, and I think I will just post one entry at a time unless the assignment requires mulitiples. If this image doesn't qualify for frame in frame, perhaps I will repost one of the others. Thanks.
  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited May 15, 2009
    sapphire73 wrote:

    I came across this frame within a frame of foliage while walking through a nature preserve on Sunday, and it seemed serendipitous to me at the time.

    BTW, if anyone looked at this thread earlier today, you may have seen a post from me with some photos - one in particular - that had me thinking vanishing point, window, and/or frame in frame as I was taking each one. The main reason for deleting that message is that it had 5 images in it, and I think I will just post one entry at a time unless the assignment requires mulitiples. If this image doesn't qualify for frame in frame, perhaps I will repost one of the others. Thanks.

    Thank you! thumb.gif
    Some images do tend to match several categories. You have to decide. FWIW, it's great here as it is!
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • sapphire73sapphire73 Major grins PennsylvaniaRegistered Users Posts: 1,780 Major grins
    edited May 17, 2009
    Construction Site
    Here is another shot taken with frame in frame in mind. This was taken at a construction site at the end of their work day (after 7 pm), so I didn't have as much light as I would have liked.

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    I have another shot of this entrance "framed" by a piece of the chain link fence that keeps photographers and other such folk out of harm's way.
  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited May 22, 2009
    sapphire73 wrote:
    Here is another shot taken with frame in frame in mind. This was taken at a construction site at the end of their work day (after 7 pm), so I didn't have as much light as I would have liked.

    I have another shot of this entrance "framed" by a piece of the chain link fence that keeps photographers and other such folk out of harm's way.

    Classic! thumb.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • Carolina_BlueCarolina_Blue Big grins Registered Users Posts: 19 Big grins
    edited May 25, 2009
    guidanceenhdd3.jpg

    f3.2, 1/8 sec, ISO 100, 11.5 mm
  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited May 26, 2009
    f3.2, 1/8 sec, ISO 100, 11.5 mm
    Thank you Carolina, nice framing! thumb.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • cbbrcbbr Major grins Registered Users Posts: 755 Major grins
    edited May 28, 2009
    In Louisiana the water table tends to be very high so many graves are above ground. In some cemeteries that are very old, some of the tombs begin to fall apart. Sometimes if you look through one at just the right angle you can see what you would hope ...

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    D80. 18-200 at 18mm. f11 @ 1/125. SB800 on the ground in front of the tomb.
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    If I post it, please tell me how to make it better. My fragile ego can take it.
  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited May 28, 2009
    cbbr wrote:
    In Louisiana the water table tends to be very high so many graves are above ground. In some cemeteries that are very old, some of the tombs begin to fall apart. Sometimes if you look through one at just the right angle you can see what you would hope ...

    D80. 18-200 at 18mm. f11 @ 1/125. SB800 on the ground in front of the tomb.

    Nice image, great framing! thumb.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • twodragonfliesphotographytwodragonfliesphotography twodragonfliesphotography Registered Users Posts: 43 Big grins
    edited May 29, 2009
    Vietnam Memorial - The Wall
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    (Copyright Scott Jenkins)
  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited May 29, 2009
    the wall
    Thank you, nice entry! thumb.gif
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  • Antonio CorreiaAntonio Correia Always learning Setubal - PortugalRegistered Users Posts: 6,222 Major grins
    edited June 17, 2009
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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited June 17, 2009
    square portrait
    Nice framing! thumb.gif
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  • fredjclausfredjclaus Concierge Photographer Registered Users Posts: 759 Major grins
    edited June 20, 2009
    It hit me
    I was looking through the old postings saw this one on frames. I took my kids to the beach yesterday and saw this shot, and just had to take it. I hope it's ok to post images to old assignments.

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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited June 20, 2009
    fredjclaus wrote:
    I was looking through the old postings saw this one on frames. I took my kids to the beach yesterday and saw this shot, and just had to take it. I hope it's ok to post images to old assignments.
    Great frame! And yes, it's ok to submit to old WAs as long as the capture is fresh...
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • fredjclausfredjclaus Concierge Photographer Registered Users Posts: 759 Major grins
    edited June 20, 2009
    Assigment
    Can you please tell me what the current assignment is?
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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited June 20, 2009
    fredjclaus wrote:
    Can you please tell me what the current assignment is?
    dude... eek7.gif check the sticky... mwink.gifrolleyes1.gif
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  • Antonio CorreiaAntonio Correia Always learning Setubal - PortugalRegistered Users Posts: 6,222 Major grins
    edited June 27, 2009
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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited June 27, 2009
    guy in a car
    Thank you! thumb.gif
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  • Antonio CorreiaAntonio Correia Always learning Setubal - PortugalRegistered Users Posts: 6,222 Major grins
    edited July 2, 2009
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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited July 2, 2009
    square entrance
    Great picture thumb.gif but incomplete frame. ne_nau.gif
    It's almost always a good idea to have a framing element in the image. In this class we're looking for more the pronounced feature, like frame in frame (in frame). deal.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • Antonio CorreiaAntonio Correia Always learning Setubal - PortugalRegistered Users Posts: 6,222 Major grins
    edited July 3, 2009
    Nikolai wrote:
    ... Now let's do one of the composition classics: Frame in Frame. Possibilities are endless, just get your camera and start clicking! As always: fresh pictures only, no massive PS compositing, etc...Let's get framed!
    Nikolai wrote:
    Great picture thumb.gif but incomplete frame. ne_nau.gif
    It's almost always a good idea to have a framing element in the image. In this class we're looking for more the pronounced feature, like frame in frame (in frame). deal.gif

    Please explain your criteria looking at these three pictures with the same concept so I can understand better:

    * The first one is the young man framed by the motorcycle and it looks like you liked it. I ne_nau.gif
    * The second one is the building framed by the say "tunnel". You didn't like it. rolleyes1.gif
    * The last one is the man framed by the door of the car and it looks like you liked it. I ne_nau.gif

    What am I missing ?
    Am I wrong ?
    Where ?
    Am I missing the concept ?
    What is the difference among these pictures ?
    I look and I don't see. My problem probably. :cry

    Thank you.
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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited July 3, 2009
    Please explain your criteria looking at these three pictures with the same concept so I can understand better:

    * The first one is the young man framed by the motorcycle and it looks like you liked it. I ne_nau.gif
    * The second one is the building framed by the say "tunnel". You didn't like it. rolleyes1.gif
    * The last one is the man framed by the door of the car and it looks like you liked it. I ne_nau.gif

    What am I missing ?
    Am I wrong ?
    Where ?
    Am I missing the concept ?
    What is the difference among these pictures ?
    I look and I don't see. My problem probably. :cry

    Thank you.

    562537362_9CS7v-Th.jpg . 580016318_wnQUy-Th.jpg . 575509907_rxqiv-Th.jpg
    Antonio,
    first of all, don't sweat over it. You already played with this one in the very beginning and I'd rather you concentrated on the new topics. mwink.gif
    Second, please take a look at entries #9, #16/2 and #34/2 for the "frame in frame" examples.
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • Antonio CorreiaAntonio Correia Always learning Setubal - PortugalRegistered Users Posts: 6,222 Major grins
    edited July 3, 2009
    Nikolai wrote:
    Antonio,
    first of all, don't sweat over it. You already played with this one in the very beginning and I'd rather you concentrated on the new topics. mwink.gif
    Second, please take a look at entries #9, #16/2 and #34/2 for the "frame in frame" examples.

    I thought so ...
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  • travelwaystravelways Candid Grinner Ottawa, CanadaRegistered Users Posts: 7,854 Major grins
    edited July 5, 2009
    Hi Nikolai,

    Is this good?

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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited July 5, 2009
    photo-bug wrote:
    Hi Nikolai,
    Is this good?
    Sorry, but not really... Please refer to posts #9, #16/2 and #34/2 for the proper "frame in frame" examples.
    And FWIW I hate HDR ne_nau.gif It also breaks a cardinal rule no no major postprocessing deal.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • travelwaystravelways Candid Grinner Ottawa, CanadaRegistered Users Posts: 7,854 Major grins
    edited July 5, 2009
    Nikolai wrote:
    Sorry, but not really... Please refer to posts #9, #16/2 and #34/2 for the proper "frame in frame" examples.
    And FWIW I hate HDR ne_nau.gif It also breaks a cardinal rule no no major postprocessing deal.gif


    Ah, OK... :) No major post-processing has been done, but if you hate HDR, please excuse, I didn't know...

    About the frames, I was wondering if this could be considered such an image... so it's not.

    Good to know, thank you thumb.gif
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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited July 5, 2009
    photo-bug wrote:
    Ah, OK... :) No major post-processing has been done..
    HDR by the very nature of things *is* a major post-processing deal.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • travelwaystravelways Candid Grinner Ottawa, CanadaRegistered Users Posts: 7,854 Major grins
    edited July 6, 2009
    Nikolai wrote:
    HDR by the very nature of things *is* a major post-processing deal.gif


    Well, this is the original:

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    Myself I don't see any major change to this image on the first one I posted,
    (other than more saturated colors and increased contrast),
    but I don't mean at all to start a contradictory dialog here.

    If the photo is not good for frames in frames, that's all I needed to know
    - I just wasn't sure... ne_nau.gif

    BTW: I didn't use ANY HDR headscratch.gif
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  • NikolaiNikolai Darth SLR Registered Users Posts: 19,035 Major grins
    edited July 6, 2009
    photo-bug wrote:
    Well, this is the original:

    Myself I don't see any major change to this image on the first one I posted,
    (other than more saturated colors and increased contrast),
    but I don't mean at all to start a contradictory dialog here.

    If the photo is not good for frames in frames, that's all I needed to know
    - I just wasn't sure... ne_nau.gif

    BTW: I didn't use ANY HDR headscratch.gif

    While there are many "frames" in this image, they do not add to the primary concept of this assignment. So, in short, it doesn't work.ne_nau.gif
    "May the f/stop be with you!"
  • travelwaystravelways Candid Grinner Ottawa, CanadaRegistered Users Posts: 7,854 Major grins
    edited July 6, 2009
    Nikolai wrote:
    While there are many "frames" in this image, they do not add to the primary concept of this assignment. So, in short, it doesn't work.ne_nau.gif

    Thanks thumb.gif
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