What's more circly that speghettios?
When I sat down and thought about circles I realized they are everywhere. But favorite circle as a kid was a bowl of O's. And you get to say, "Uh oh! Speghettios!" If you don't know what we are talking about watch this https://youtu.be/34Vp6dvqC7Y And, of course, I consumed these for dinner after the shoot.
Assignment: he rectangle and square frames of photographs are the norm and we don’t even think that it could be different. We also have design ‘rules’ such as the rule of thirds, balancing elements and leading lines that all support this format. But this week, creative Framers we want you to use circles to focus the viewers’ attention to the middle of the frame. Strong harsh circles can suggest containment and defined limitations but if you look for circles in nature you will find them to be softer, inviting and pleasing to the eye with their never-ending frames. In both scenarios, however, the circle forces us to look inwards and deeper into the photo. Once you start looking for circles, we guarantee that you are to start seeing them everywhere! We want you, however, to look beyond the obvious circles such as steering wheels and road signs and look a bit deeper for more unexpected circles.