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    • “ GUIDELINES” FOR BETTER PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION An expression of your natural sense of design
    • SIMPLICITY
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      • A. Rule of Thirds
      Before you snap the picture, imagine your picture area divided into thirds both horizontally and vertically. The intersections of these imaginary lines suggest four options for placing the center of interest for good composition.
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    • EMPHASIS
      • B. Lines
      • THE VERTICAL LINE
      • It denotes Dignity, Height, Strength, and Grandeur.
      • THE HORIZONTAL LINE
      • Denotes Repose, Calm, Tranquillity and Peacefulness.
      • THE DIAGONAL LINE
      • This like gives the sensation of Force, Energy and Motion.
      • THE CURVE LINE (S-CURVE)
      • It is Elastic, Variable and combines Charm and Strength. It has Perfect Grace and Perfect Balance.
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      • C. Balance
      • Good balance is simply the arrangement of shapes, colors, or areas of light and
      • dark that complement one another so that the photograph looks well-balanced.
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      • D. Framing
      • Framing the center of interest with objects in the foreground. This can give a picture the feeling of depth it needs to make it more than just another snapshot.
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    • EMPHASIS E. Avoiding Mergers
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    • THEME
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