Photo 52: Within the Frame

Creative Complexity:  Layering Within the Frame {Week 43}

This week we continue to study Creative Complexity through Layering.  Layering is a compositional technique that involves using a foreground, middle ground (subject) and background in order to lead the viewer's eye through the frame and help tell a visual story.

Below is a photo of my dear friend's son, Zaiv, during our recent vacation to Cape Cod.  The lines of the bumpy house windows are not only the layers sandwiching little Zaiv, but also help to guide one's gaze in two directions through space.

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Bumpy House in Hyannis, MA