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I don't know what you mean by framed, but I'd love to learn! I'm super new to photography. Yeah, the Pac-Man pic was pretty as pretty cool scene.
Framed in photography means how you set up your subjects in your photo. Basically think of your viewfinder/lcd screen as a picture frame, and what you are looking at is the photo, and move around, change settings, etc, until you get a view that is pleasing to you.
Overall a good set.
Photo 1 as mentioned before has great leading lines, simple composition that shows all of what you were trying to show us. The light up top is a distraction, but you will learn to see those and adjust your shot accordingly the more experienced you become. =)
Picture 2 I personally like the added blur, it does bring out the door as the subject of the photo.
Picture 3 is a nice overall shot of the records/tool room, though I feel there is no real subject for the viewer to focus on.
Picture 4 as said before is a little tilted. Not much but enough that the serious photogs will notice it. Just try to make sure your lines are straight. Great viewpoint though and nicely shows the floor and gives a good taste of what you were exploring in.
Picture 5 is a great shot! Composed perfectly, leading lines lead your eye from the first boiler all the way to the last, and no distractions in the photo at all. Wish I had gotten to this room, haha. Had to beat a hasty escape before we could explore too much of the building.
Like Pierre said, "Shoot shoot shoot!" The more you shoot the better you will know your camera and the better trained your eye will become. Once you learn to shoot in semi-manual and full manual, you will be able to do a whole lot more with your photos.
Keep up the great work though and look forward to seeing more from you in future posts! And maybe we could hit up a location soon and I'll be more than happy to help teach you more about photography. =)