Flickr user alsacienne uses the window panes to divide this scene in multiple little moments. What a good frame for today’s In Frame.
In Frame: February 3, 2016
Photographer Zach Kalman captured a nice moment in this image. This photograph seems completely different than Monday’s In Frame, except that in both images the gestures of the subjects’ hands and the objects they hold are what keep me fixated on the scene. It’s rare these days to see someone smoking inside a public space, which, like Monday’s selection, makes it seem like it’s from a different era.
In Frame: April 15, 2015
I’ve seen a lot of great images with wonderful uses of contrast lately—Bridget Murray Law’s photograph is no exception. She sets the mood with her stunning use of light and shadowing that characterizes the contemplative man standing by the window. The scene is timeless and I feel a sense of familiarity to the image.
In Frame: October 2, 2013
Where to begin with this dreamy shot from Gerda de Corte? First there’s the slight disorientation as you try to figure out which head belongs to which body. Then you’re all “Wait, is that Maggie Gyllenhaal? Or a maybe a young Linda Carter?” And to cap it all off, there’s the gorgeous color palette.