Subframing is a composition technique wherein one uses elements within the scene to frame the subject.
Shooting through a window, for starters, is a great way to isolate the view outside. Aside from giving emphasis on the focal point of the photo, subframing is also creating a sense of depth in photography. Think of other objects that you can use to frame your subject. It could be a reflection on the mirror in the style of Elliot Erwitt or even a pair of legs like this shot by Dan Winters.
If you need a bit of inspiration to ace this challenge, learn how to effectively use subframing with this quick video!
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