What Is Aperture Framing?

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Aperture framing is the process and event of framing photos in multi instances or multi states that enables more than one photo to be shown. It has the advantage being that many photos chronologically arranged will tell a story or create a flow of thought and perception.
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Aperture framing is the process and event of framing photos in multi instances or multi states that enables more than one photo to be shown with the advantage being many photos chronologically arranged will tell a story or create a flow of thought and perception.
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