In a city known for its many tourist attractions, this ordinary residential scene caught my eye on a trip to Venice. My focus was on the two young boys returning home from school and casually strolling through the neighbourhood.
This week’s Photo Challenge from WordPress asks photographers to take and share a photograph that shows a command of your frame. Lead our eyes somewhere. Make us focus on something.
IN A NEW POST CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PICTURE OF THE WORLD THROUGH YOUR EYES.
A few tips reinforcing what Ming taught us on Tuesday:
- Observe a scene first before lifting your camera to your eye.
- Ask yourself: What is the subject? What will you (not) include in the frame?
- Look for natural lines or frames in the shot to guide the viewer’s eye.
- Try different angles: Get low on the pavement. Look down from above.