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 Photo by Hamed Saber Photo by Shane Gorski Photo by Gianni Dominici Photo by Gianni Dominici Photo by Lali Masriera Photo by Lali Masriera Photo by Lori Greig Photo by Gianni Dominici Photo by paul bica Photo by Scott Hudson Photo by sophie & cie Photo by Renate Dodell Photo by Nicholas A. Tonelli Photo by Gianni Dominici Photo by Benedetta S. F Photo by Neal Fowler Photo by Till Krech Photo by philhearing Photo by Eugenio Azzola Photo by Rebecca Smith Photo by Brian Photo by Cia de Foto Photo by Grégory Tonon Photo by Tim Samoff
Using Windows in Composition: 25 Examples
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Camera: Nikon D810
Lenses: Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8
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Here’s one of mine…
Amazingly beautiful photography. Great article to remind us to be more aware of our surroundings!
This is a perfect addition, beautifully composed barn window shot. 🙂
Windows? I have your windows!
Larger versions of above at this set:
My contribution. Scary window https://500px.com/photo/4156624
Such a great subject to help us remember to use the natural light of doors and windows. Love the different perspectives!