Fitting the frame to the subject:
A standard shot of a Porsche Boxster S with the backdrop of Brodie Castle in Morayshire.
This time the car is framed as tightly as possible to fill as much of the image.
This time a small part of the car is photographed showing the rear air vents and the lines of the door / handle.
A wider image with the car in the forefront to the castle.
The above 3 photos are cropped from the original at the top of the series showing different emphasis to the car and the castle.
Objects in different positions in the frame:
A pheasant was chosen as the subject of this exercise as it was sitting in a very large even background. A series of photos were taken in which the pheasant was placed in a different position within the frame. The first was taken on impulse positioning the bird near the centre of the frame. However my preference is the second or third where the subject is off-centre and is more isolated against the background. (Perhaps for this exercise the pheasant was too small compared to the large background)
A sequence of composition: