Our next Mentoring session will just prior to our Member's Night meeting on October 16. Meeting time will be 5:30 at the church. Please contact me at email@example.com give me any subjects that you would like to discuss. That way, I know I will be covering subjects that you are interested in rather than guessing what to cover. This is for any level member that would like to learn more about any particular area of photography. If your schedule requires you to be late, no problem, we will be in the back, northwest corner of the main room, near where the light controls are. Makes it a little quieter.
Framing the ShotYou often hear the term, “framing your shot” but what does that mean and when would you use it? Framing a photo will help create depth, simplify or focus the viewer's attention to where you want it. Usually, it is with something along the sides that then funnels your view into the main subject. It can also be a darker object surrounding a lighter colored, main subject.Another example would be looking out from within a cave or tunnel, to your main subject. Looking through a completely out of focus area to a subject that is in focus would do the same thing, attract immediate attention to the part of the photo that is in focus.