Be Curious - Notice What You Like - Part 1 and 2

Notice What You Like - Part 2: Making and Using a Viewfinder

What is a viewfinder?

A viewfinder helps you to choose which part of the landscape you’re going to draw; it can also be used for isolating a small section within a larger object. Its border blocks out the area surrounding your viewpoint, making it easier to focus on the scene.


What is a viewfinder?

There are two variations of viewfinder that you can make - one has a fixed ‘window’ cut out of a piece of card, and the other consists of two L shaped pieces of card which can be held together to provide ‘windows’ of different sizes and shapes.




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