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View Through an Opening

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View Through an Opening Viewing through an opening is a photographic composition technique also known as "frame within a frame".

A tree, a doorway, a window or even a gap in a fence can create a frame within the picture's frame that serves to focus the viewer's attention on the photo's subject.

Frames can be used to conceal unattractive foregrounds and other distracting details. They can also create a perception of depth by looking through one plane to another.

DIG members' photos of subjects through an opening are shown below.

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Cockatoo Island Crane
Source: G. Turton
Hurstville Seniors Computer Club

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Marilyn Richardson
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Margaret Barnett
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Harry Vesely
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Joyce Pickup
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Ken McRae
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Evelyn Rogers
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Kay A'Court
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Pam Donnet
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Geoff Turton
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Robin Dinham
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Ian Chesterfield
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Mary Blount
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Robin Ireland
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Barry Porter