Using Windows in Composition: 25 Examples | Light Stalking

Using Windows in Composition: 25 Examples

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Often common items and structures can be overlooked as potential aids to our photographic efforts. As these great examples show, something as common as a window can make a great subject in itself or aid a wider composition. Look around to see what you can shoot that you may have been taking for granted.

Photo by Shane Gorski
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Photo by Shane Gorski
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Photo by Gianni Dominici
Photo by Lali Masriera
Photo by Lali Masriera
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Photo by Renate Dodell
Photo by Nicholas A. Tonelli
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