Project 52: Fill the Frame | Week 3
We are at Week 3 of professional pet photography blog circle Project 52 and the theme "Fill the Frame." Filling the frame is when your subject dominates your image. It doesn't have to be the entire image or the only thing in the image, but it should be the most noticeable part of the image. I did two different takes on filling the frame. The first image is a headshot of Paco where he is the only thing in the frame. The second image of Bojangles has him laying in a chair, which is also partially included in the frame, but Mr. Bojangles is the dominant element. For more filled frames head over to Tracy with Penny Whistle Photography, fetching family portraits in Coppell, Texas and surrounding cities in the Dallas - Ft. Worth area then around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here. This week we have a total of 27 blog participants!
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Keywords: chihuahua, cincinnati pet photography, dog photography, fill the frame, mr bojangles, paco, pet love photography, project 52
Two lovely images as usual! :) Mr. Bojangles is making *me* feel tired!
Great photos and an adorable dog!
I also need to try the white background.
What a great pair! I love that total relaxation look.
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