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  Framing your prints
Framing your photograph is an extension of the creative process that began when you first depressed the shutter release on your camera.
Despite the seemingly endless choices, the overall purposes of framing are essentially the same: to enhance your image, focus attention on it, protect it and give it the proper, professional presentation it deserves.
Framing should (1) celebrate and enhance your picture, even glorify it; (2) set the boundaries so the photograph doesn’t overwhelm its environment, or the environment doesn't impose on the picture; and (3) act as a transition between the wall and the image.
www.photographytips.com /page.cfm/225   (1423 words)

  Framing (communication theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Framing defines how a certain piece of media content or rhetoric is packaged so as to allow certain desirable interpretations and rule out others.
In politics, Lakoff points to an example of framing in the phrase "tax relief." The use of the word "relief" implies a notion that taxes put strain on the citizen.
According to Klandermans, a sociologist, the "social construction of collective action frames," involves "public discourse, that is, the interface of media discourse and interpersonal interaction; persuasive communication during mobilization campaigns by movement organizations, their opponents and countermovement organizations; and consciousness raising during episodes of collective action." (1997: p.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Framing_(communication_theory)   (419 words)

 Framing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
framing (communication theory) and sociology, where it relates to the contextual presentation of media content.
framing (construction), the most common work of the carpentry trade.
framing (psychology), the influence of the format or wording of a question on its answer
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Framing   (176 words)

 Videography for Educators
Framing refers to the camera operator’s ability to determine how much is visible in the field of view and how close the camera’s subject appears to the viewer.
It is useful to think about framing techniques (when the subject is people) as producing wide, medium, and close shots.
This type of framing of the subject will eliminate many visual distractions from the video a make the viewer feel that they are standing close to the subjects.
ali.apple.com /ali_sites/ali/exhibits/1000019/Framing.html   (464 words)

 House Framing Glossary
The framed-in opening, slightly larger than the actual window/door, that replaces wall studs to support the structure and accommodate a window/door.
Assembling framing one member at a time on the job site, instead of raising prefabricating walls or trusses as a unit.
Framing consists of a doubled valley rafter in the middle that extends from a top plate corner to a second ridge board, with angled jack rafters for support.
alsnetbiz.com /homeimprovement/framglossary.html   (772 words)

 Hometime Glossary - Framing
The measurement of spacing between framing members as measured from the center of one member to the center of the next.
A framing system in which the frame of the building is raised one story at a time with studs that are a single story high.
A vertical framing member sufficiently strong to carry the load of the beam and structure resting on it.
www.pbs.org /hometime/glossary/frame2.htm   (319 words)

 TAP: Vol 14, Iss. 8. Framing the Dems. George Lakoff.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This is an example of what cognitive linguists call a "frame." It is a mental structure that we use in thinking.
The relief frame is an instance of a more general rescue scenario in which there is a hero (the reliever), a victim (the afflicted), a crime (the affliction), a villain (the cause of affliction) and a rescue (the relief).
Conservatives have worked for decades and spent billions on their think tanks to establish their frames, create the right language, and get the language and the frames they evoke accepted.
www.prospect.org /print/V14/8/lakoff-g.html   (3128 words)

 framing   (Site not responding. Last check: )
To frame the oil painting is not very difficult, and the cost is much lower compare to do it in framing shop.
The painting is framed in the wooden frame (that associate with each painting; certain Frames associate with certain Paintings; the style of frame shown in the photos of each Painting).
The frames we use are imported from Italy or Canada, and the surface of our frame is rich and smooth.
www.cocoagallery.com /framing.htm   (902 words)

 Basic Photography Techniques - Contrast, Framing, Foreground, Background.
Framing is another technique photographers use to direct the viewer's attention to the primary subject of a picture.
Ideally, the frame should relate to the theme of the picture; for example, a line of aircraft parked on the flight line framed by the wing and prop of another aircraft.
Not only is framing an effective means of directing the viewer's attention, it can also be used to obscure undesirable foregrounds and backgrounds.
photoinf.com /General/NAVY/Contrast_and_Framing.htm   (1161 words)

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As a noun, frame denotes the boundary within which the whole picture is displayed (similar to a frame placed around a picture or painting), and is used as a tool for interpreting and understanding the perceptions and underlying objectives of the various actors in the conflict.
Within processes of reconciliation, negotiation, or joint problem solving, explicit management of frames, and the framing process may lead to important shifts in both the frames themselves and in their impact on the conflict dynamics.
Frame analysis can be used by both third party interveners and by individual stakeholders and conveners to better understand conflict dynamics.
www.beyondintractability.org /essay/framing   (4261 words)

 The Encyclopedia of Picture Framing Techniques
Next is cutting and joining the frame, and looking at this book from a woodworker’s point of view, this was both inspiring and frustrating.
The section on multisided frames (those being more than four sides) is another poor section that will lead the beginning and even many intermediate readers down a dark path.
What a great chapter, I learned a new way to draw an oval, that’s simple and uses a compass, nail, and thread, why the bottom "stile" of a mat should be wider than the top, and how to figure the proportions for mats with multiple windows.
www.woodworkingmatters.com /Reviews/encyclopedia_of_picture_framing_.htm   (1347 words)

 Talk To Action | Reframing the Religious Right: Taking First Steps   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Framing is an approach to politics and public policy in which conversation is based on "values" more than "issues" and the wonky details of public policy.
Framing and reframing is an essential ingredient of any political and communications strategy -- and it has broad implications for thinking, communicating, and movement building in response to the religious right.
That said, as important as framing and reframing is, it has for some become a political fashion; and like the reductionism of message politics before it, framing can become a substitute for aquiring broader knowledge about the opposition, and developing more coherent strategies, and buidling powerful social and political movements.
www.talk2action.org /story/2006/1/31/20326/2769   (3073 words)

 Simple Framing — Rockridge Institute
The word elephant evokes a frame with an image of an elephant and certain knowledge: an elephant is a large animal (a mammal) with large floppy ears, a trunk that functions like both a nose and a hand, large stump-like legs, and so on.
The Relief frame is an instance of a more general Rescue scenario, in which there a Hero (The Reliever-of-pain), a Victim (the Afflicted), a Crime (the Affliction), A Villain (the Cause-of-affliction), and a Rescue (the Pain Relief).
Most frames are unconscious and have just developed naturally and haphazardly and have come into the public's mind through common use.
www.rockridgeinstitute.org /projects/strategic/simple_framing   (2029 words)

 Timber framing: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Timber framing is the modern term for the traditional half-timbered construction in which timber timber quick summary:
Jettying is a building technique used in medieval timber frame buildings in which an upper floor projects beyond the dimensions of the floor below....
(in conventional framing the members are joined using nails[Click link for more facts about this topic] or other mechanical fasteners while timber framing uses mortice and tenon or more complex joints which are usually fastened using only wooden pegs.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/t/ti/timber_framing.htm   (3118 words)

 Framing explained   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Frames are abstract notions that serve to organize or structure social meanings.
Frames influence the perception of the news of the audience, this form of agenda-setting not only tells what to think about an issue (agenda-setting theory), but also how to think about that issue.
Framing is not per se a bad thing and in fact is an unavoidable part of human communication.
www.valuebasedmanagement.net /methods_tversky_framing.html   (524 words)

 FrameCo Picture Framing Supplies
Smart Framer™ is the “smartest” way to match and learn about picture framing materials and techniques.
FrameCo Picture Framing Supplies team of experienced framers have created a series of "How to Frame Notes".
We have many different start up kits to choose from or you can make your own selections from our extensive range of framing supplies and tools.
www.clubframeco.com   (374 words)

 Steel Framing
Framing members are generally produced in thickness of 12 to 24 gauges with 3-½ and 5-½ widths.
Because the material and geometric properties of a steel framing member are stable, the overall strength of the structure will depend upon the quality of connections between the studs.
Site-built or conventional steel framing is typically a one-for-one substitution for wood framing members used for both non-load-bearing and load-bearing applications.
www.toolbase.org /techinv/techDetails.aspx?technologyID=110   (1536 words)

 George Lakoff & Sam Ferguson: The Framing of Immigration - The Huffington Post
Framing is at the center of the recent immigration debate.
Simply framing it as about "immigration" has shaped its politics, defining what count as "problems" and constraining the debate to a narrow set of issues.
The linguistic framing is remarkable: frames for illegal immigrant, illegal alien, illegals, undocumented workers, undocumented immigrants, guest workers, temporary workers, amnesty, and border security.
www.huffingtonpost.com /george-lakoff/the-framing-of-immigratio_b_21320.html   (244 words)

 A Blog Around The Clock : Framing 'framing'
The very act of framing a picture means that you have taken it out of a binder hidden in some dusty corner and are going to display it on a wall.
But you may have a point - perhaps the use of "framing" as in "framing somebody for a crime" is the first thing that springs to mind, which would suggest that the frame has a contrived connection with its occupant, or taints it somehow.
I *think* what the "Framing Science" essay is attempting to say (although it gets a bit tangled in places) is that if you're attempting to communicate science to the general public, you'll need to be sufficiently introspective to know when you're speaking in jargon, and to know how not to.
scienceblogs.com /clock/2007/04/framing_framing.php   (3462 words)

 Archival Framing
While conservation framing is generally used for paper borne art and documents of high monetary value, conservation framing should be used anytime a high degree of protection and preservation is desired for a framed piece.
Conservation framing is designed to minimize deterioration by the environment and to avoid contributory deterioration by the materials that surround the artwork.
The theory behind conservation framing is to enclose the item in a non-hostile environment and to give it protection from the general environment.
www.rare-maps.com /framing.cfm   (1929 words)

 Hometime - How-To - Project Help - Framing
The framed-in opening, slightly larger than the actual window/door, that replaces wall studs to support the structure and accommodate a window/door.
Assembling framing one member at a time on the job site, instead of raising prefabricating walls or trusses as a unit.
Framing consists of a doubled valley rafter in the middle that extends from a top plate corner to a second ridge board, with angled jack rafters for support.
www.hometime.com /Howto/projects/framing/frame_7.htm   (772 words)

 SoundClick artist: Framing Amy - Framing Amy, the 5-piece alterna-pop/rock band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin is touring in ...
Framing Amy is a alterna-pop/rock band who the members are influenced by rock, pop music and a little country.
Framing Amy was created by a brother/sister team in 1994 which just was goofing around and wrote some music that they thought was pretty decent.
For the past 5 years Framing Amy has been ramping up their status nationally and continues to be a band, with their business and goals in place, that will stop at nothing to succeed.
www.soundclick.com /bands/7/framingamy.htm   (939 words)

 Framing For A Window Rough Opening
This is called post-and-beam framing and it fell out of favor in the 1800's, perhaps because large timbers increased in cost as forests were depleted, or because houses framed with lighter pieces of wood offered similar qualities for a lower cost and were easier to produce in large numbers.
This method is essentially the same as framing a door opening and filling in the lower area with jack studs and a sill that runs between two trimmer studs.
With the usual method (the lower part in Figure 1), the sill bears the weight of the trimmer studs, which is not a problem until the structure ages for a few decades and two things happen.
www.hammerzone.com /archives/window/new/ro_framing.htm   (1302 words)

 Camera Tutorial 1-5 : Framing
In this case, the girl's feet are almost at the bottom of frame, and her head is almost at the top.
Obviously the subject doesn't take up the whole width and height of the frame, since this is as close as we can get without losing any part of her.
For example, when you're zooming in, unless your subject is in the exact centre of frame, you'll have to pan and/or tilt at the same time to end up where you want to be.
www.mediacollege.com /video/camera/tutorial/01-framing.html   (1210 words)

 Framing (Tversky)
Frames influence the perception of the news by the audience.
Framing is a quality of communication that leads others to accept one meaning over another.
Framing does not have to be a bad thing, and it is in fact an unavoidable part of human communication.
www.12manage.com /methods_tversky_framing.html   (555 words)

 Stitchers@ABQ : Catalog : Framing Instructions
Wood frames should be as light or as dark as the mats are and be fairly close to the type of wood in the room they will hang in.
Replace the work in the frame and staple it into the frame using a heavy duty stapler held and a 45 degree angle to the edge of the frame.
This is a clear plastic rod that is stuck to the frame and glass to hold the needlework away from the glass.
www.highfiber.com /~stitcher/framing.html   (2513 words)

 Carpentry Frames | Carpentry Framing | Platform Framing
Framing is the basic building skill of new construction and almost every remodeling or addition project.
Although lumber is by far the most popular construction framing material, other materials such as steel, brick and concrete are also used to frame.
Balloon framing isn't commonly used anymore because the wall studs run the entire height of a two-story house.
www.servicemagic.com /article.show.Carpentry-Frame.11549.html   (223 words)

 We'll Grant This to the Republicans: They Know How to Frame Issues and Keep the Democrats on the Defensive. A BuzzFlash ...
You’re still in their frame, and all that it automatically brings with it: what kinds of policies are good, who is bad, and so on.
George Lakoff, a professor of linguistics and cognitive science at the University of California Berkeley, is a specialist in the technique of "framing," a communication tool that creates a "frame" for a message that defines the terms of the debate.
Here’s the frame: In order to give someone relief, there has to be an affliction and an afflicted party -- somebody who’s harmed by this affliction -- and a reliever, somebody who gives relief to the afflicted party or takes away the harm or pain.
www.buzzflash.com /interviews/04/01/int04003.html   (4974 words)

 Picture the Possibilities: Framing Tips for Your Art
“Framing adds to the beauty and value of your art collection.” Many people erroneously believe that they can take their paintings or other art objects to any framer, choose a mat and frame, and then have the framer mount the frame, then it will be done correctly, according to Burton.
Framing is a much more complicated process and it should be done by someone who has been trained professionally in the nuances of proper framing.
Reframe pictures and reuse frames: perhaps a new mat color is all you need to coordinate your old artwork with your new decor.
www.prweb.com /releases/2006/10/prweb444085.htm   (727 words)

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