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Tip of the Week: Concentric Frames

Multiple mirrors can give you endless frames within frames as they continuously reflect the images seen in each mirror. Found in trial rooms or barber shops, these mirrors can give you innumerable opportunities for photographic exploration. Repeating frames can also be found in corridors seen through arches and rows of hallways. Even the repeating iron beams of bridges can give you concentric frames that recede into the distance. The beauty of repeating frames is, that they seem endless. They make the viewer feel as if he is seeing unending rows upon rows of frames.

This unique perspective of the Jantar Mantar monument in New Delhi, effectively captures four different subjects like trees, a chimney and a house in four windows or arches of the structure. Photograph/Rubi Borgohain

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