Photography Scrapbooking Challenge: Fill that frame!

This time around I have an easy challenge for you, it’s all about filling that frame. You have heard it before: Get close, fill your frame with your subject. You can do that two ways, you either get close with your camera or you can crop in Photoshop. If you want to get really fancy, get out that macro lens and get really close :) Katie has a really cute freebie for the challenge, you can pick it up here. I sure hope you will join us and make sure to post your pages in the Photography Scrapbooking challenge gallery by Sunday Noon. Pages using all Designer Digitals supplies will be eligible to win a $5 Gift Card to the store :)
Here are a few examples of what I had in mind
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I love how Sam got a little closer in the two photos on the sides. They really show a lot of detail, poor baby! Here is what she used to create this darling page:
L. Grieveson: ScrapExpress 153-1,  Yonder Worn PP. A. Edwards: Stacked Dates Brushes and Stamps 2013-2015, K.Pertiet: Away we Go Kit, Striping Graphic Brushes #3, capped sentiments, challenge freebie
Bailey used this really cool photo taken through the fence, I think it’s just adorable!
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K.Pertiet: Home Run Brushes, William Kit P. Knox: Batter Up Kit. Studio DD: Layerworks 194
For my page I used a close up on my orchids. I love to get very close to capture the details and you can really see the colors and design
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K. Pertiet: corkboard hearts, freshly fallen brushes,Like This collelction, Like This Add on PP, Misted Silhouettes, Photographic challenge freebie, My Notebook black LT (paper), star glows #1, dictionary blendables beach, artsy paint #1 (blended), bookshelf framers #2 (blended), Christmas Memories (pom ribbon), ledger grids #2, stitching holes circles, bead scatterings. A. Edwards: This Photo circles

I hope these pages inspire you and make you feel like jumping in. Remember, you have until Sunday, so go around and get up close and personal to something exiting :)

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