Secrets of composition. Framing
Framing as a compositional technique is the selection of the main subject of the survey, which consists in the frame created in different ways. There are several ways.
With natural framing, the subject is placed in an existing frame, or this frame is created by other frame elements. For example, a model can be depicted in a window or arch, in a doorway, or peek out through a gap in tree branches.
When using framing, the author can intentionally crop some foreground objects, thereby removing them from the central part of the plot. Or vice versa, emphasize the equivalence of objects by placing them symmetrically.
When framing the foreground, one of the objects is very close to the camera and appears blurry, emphasizing the depth of space.
Managed framing - vignetting is also highlighted.