A photo of the table in our hall shot from the gap between a door and its frame.

Today I tried experimenting with an almost voyeuristic approach, photographing something from a view which is restricted in some way. To accomplish this I used a gap in an open door. This style may be more suited to film and television but the idea is the same!

In a way, it makes you feel more like a viewer than if I had taken the photo normally. Through this challenge, I’ve discovered a few different techniques which can add to a photo. Framing is definitely one of them!

Anyway, enjoy today’s photo everyone!

 

table

Photo #186.

 

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