There were several that I really really liked, but I had to chose one. So I went to dinner at the Outback and thought on it....
AND THE WINNER IS.....
Kate2jays for her picture shot through the church window. Congratulations!!!
This weeks challenge is to use things around your shot to frame the shot. Look for things in your foreground that you can shoot behind to get your subject "framed". Tree branches, structures, vegatation, an open window, etc.
Challenge runs until Sunday, December 30 at 5:00 p.m. EST.
You may enter TWO pictures only. Have fun and start shooting!!!
Here are a few examples:
Neat challenge!! I'll have to see if I can get out in between stuffing myself to take pics.... hee hee!
Baloo - 5 year old black lab
Peanut - 7 year old minpin
Monster - 3-ish year old frenchie/jack, rescue
Here are my 2 entries this week...
this was taken as i came through the copse and out onto the field where i walk my dogs near to my house. It was a rare occasion when we had a smattering of snow.
this was taken looking through the window of the Valle Crusis abbey in Llangollen, Wales, UK.
"some days you are the dog, some days you are the tree!"
Kate mom to Jed Jasmine and Joelly
Both pictures from Tennessee
Summerlin's Inspired by Armani CD (Shane)
I hope shadows can be frames!
I tried cropping this to get rid of some of the grass in the foreground, but decided it looked better with it there.
Judy, mom to Reba, the Lab, and Jalapeno (Halle), the JRT
Hmmm, I just discovered this section of the forum. Unfortunately due to my current condition (back on crutches due to achilles tendon repair surgery) I'm not able to get out and take many photos. So I'm going to submit this one that I took in April during the peak of the Cherry Blossoms. Hope it fits the "frame it" criteria.
<br />~ Laurie & Shelby ~
A bench at the bottom of the stairs in our courthouse.
Putting up a new pole in front of our house. This curve is really bad in the winter.
These are from when I was still using film at the beginning of the year, so they are a little grainy - I think I was using the tail end of an 800 roll (The day before I was shooting a soccer game in pouring rain with dreary, gray skies).<a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/earellan...45258802"><img src="http://lh5.google.com/earellano/R3gW...n.2007%29.JPG" /></a>