I originally learned about framing the shot as a compositional tool when I joined a "photo safari" class in Washington, D.C., during the cherry festival in 2013. The frame could be such things as windows, doors, arches, and overhanging branches.
Here are some of my images from the past week:
|On Sunday, September 3rd, I rode a ferry from Grand Island to Tonawanda, operated by Niagara River Cruises. The first thing that I did was to go to Lou's in North Tonawanda for breakfast. This is the view of Webster Street from inside the restaurant.|
|This is the bridge that links the City of Tonawanda with North Tonawanda.|
|After the ferry trip, I went to June and Roger's Labor Day picnic on the west side of the Grand Island. Here's a view of the Niagara River.|