Shoot through

Kierran Allen Photography
Photography is as much a study of the creative, as it is a study of the technical. Often, knowing all the technical ins and outs of your camera still does not guarantee an image that makes you stop in your tracks and take a second look. One really cool technique to add a little bit of creativity and flare in our imagery is shooting through objects. This technique is, quite literally, to have a small object between the front of the lens and your subject. This is often used to frame the subject, in order to draw attention to it/them, soften the edges of the image, or add a cool colour special effect, to an otherwise ordinary image. Photo Credit: Kierran Allen
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Congratulations Nobby Clarke, your image was voted the best image of the week.

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