FRAMES: Photo Challenge #49: Corner Composition: STAND-OUTSMay 3rd, 2012 by Meegan Reid
Alright your challenge, if you chose to accept it, was to show me an image with a corner composition (the subject or point of focus of the image located in a corner or corners of the frame). Here are my favorites of the entries. I’ll try to give you a heads up for when they will be published in the Kitsap Sun print edition.
“Fish On” by Connie Bickerton
While I do wish that this image had a greater depth of field, which would bring the youngster in the corner into focus as well as the other anglers on shore, it doesn’t really bother me that he is a little “fuzzy”. In fact, I like that he’s got a bit of a motion blur to him as if he’s struggling to reel in a giant fish.
“Me and My Shadow” by Jamie Forsyth
I love the composition of this photo as well as the graphic elements that the shadows add. Not to mention that the corners of the frame are utilized just perfectly with the dog as well as the shadow of the photographer!
“Lake Crescent Sentinel” by Harriet Miles
This is a nice frame of bald eagle with a nice statuesque pose, looking out over its territory from the corner of the frame.
“Untitled” by Jack C. Harpel
I don’t know if it’s the necessarily the corner composition of this photo or just the subject matter but I find it to be a very calming image. One which I can almost hear the gulls squawking in the distance and the waves lapping at the shore. It’s a very nice shot.