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3 Simple Ways to Use Framing and Layering in Portraits

I love using framing in my images with a layering technique. Layering is simply incorporating not just your subject and background, but adding a foreground and other levels if possible as part of the elements you use to frame your overall image. It’s not always the most straightforward setup to do but it excites me because […] The post 3 Simple Ways to Use Framing and Layering in Portraits by Lily Sawyer appeared first on Digital Photography School.
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