In the latest July issue of Leica LFI magazine, Hoffmann discusses how to create good composition by organising the motifs in the image.
One way we often use is “the image within the image”, creating a perspective frame so that two spaces are connected into one.
The way we frame a wall picture is a classical example of showing how we set our focus within a rectangle frame.
This picture was shot through a window after we checked in The Best Western Hotel in Limpley Stoke during our trip to UK in April. Love the colour of the tapestry and the landscape.
Limpley Stoke is a small town near Bath.

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