Framing increases focus on what you want the viewer to focus on.
False if you look in the lesson where your taking this quiz(like the number which is 4.12) then you can find this "Framing
Another technique that photographers sometimes use is framing. Framing happens when we block some parts of a photograph in order to emphasize, or draw attention to, another part of the photograph. In other words, it is like looking through a window or framing a photography print on your wall. It is a way to bring the audience's attention where we want it to be.
Why should you consider using the framing technique in some of your photographs? Frames can:
Help us understand the connection between the different elements in the photograph. For example, using an actual window as a frame lets the viewer know that the photograph was taken from inside a building. With the tunnel image, its rough and rocky texture or surface lets us know that we are probably viewing a photograph taken in the mountains.
Emphasize the subject. Framing the subject helps to draw our eyes to it. We look through the frame to what is beyond it." So it says emphasize the subject so it is False.
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