Ever wonder how to make an interesting picture that make your friends say 'wow'? Why not try natural framing! By using objects in the background and foreground, you can create dynamic pictures with ease. You don't need a lot of talent or fancy equipment, all you need is patients, a camera, and maybe an eye for interesting shots.
Step 1: Materials
What are you going to need to start?
Once you have these, you can start taking pictures.
Step 2: Camera Settings
Taking pictures with natural framing can be done indoors or outdoors, depending on what you're shooting. It's always important to recognize what light you're working with and adjust appropriately, or else you could end up with pictures that are too bright or too dark.
Most cameras have settings that change the exposure according to what the lighting is like. It has a setting for outdoors that can change according to the weather, such as sunny or cloudy. Also it has settings for indoors to adjust according to the type of lighting inside, such as florescent and tungsten lighting.
Remember to adjust the ISO and shutter speed to align to the lighting. If you aren't well versed in cameras and find that the pictures are coming out blurry, lightly tap the shutter release and it will auto adjust.
Step 3: Tips For Taking The Picture
Remember these tips while you take your pictures and you should end up with some pretty nice photos to show off to friends.