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A powerpoint that teaches about the rule of thirds in photography.

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  • 1. The Rule of Thirds A special presentation about one of the most significant guidelines in photography
  • 2. What is the Rule of Thirds?
    • The rule of thirds is a guideline for good composition.
  • 3. What is the Rule of Thirds?
    • To use the rule of thirds, simply imagine a grid, as shown, over your picture.
  • 4. What is the Rule of Thirds?
    • The intersections of the grid locate different ideal areas of focus for your picture.
  • 5. What is the Rule of Thirds?
    • For example….
  • 6. Examples of the Rule of Thirds
    • The following picture uses the rule of thirds:
  • 7. Examples of the Rule of Thirds
    • As you can see, the bird is aligned with the upper-right intersection.
  • 8. Examples of the Rule of Thirds
    • This picture also follows the rule of thirds.
    • As you can see, the man is aligned with the lower-right intersection.
  • 9. Examples of the Rule of Thirds
    • The following picture ignores the rule of thirds:
  • 10. Examples of the Rule of Thirds
    • But, here it is following the rule of thirds.
  • 11. Examples of the Rule of Thirds
    • The following picture also ignores
    • the rule of thirds:
  • 12. Examples of the Rule of Thirds
    • But, here it is following the rule of thirds. As you can see, it allows better composition.
  • 13. In Conclusion
    • Following the rule of thirds usually
    • gives a better composition.
    • However, photography is an art,
    • and in art rules may be broken!
  • 14. The End
    • Sources:
    • Images used were from Google Images and a Kodak guide to photography
    • (http://asp.photo.free.fr/Composition/photoProgramCompMainClass.shtml)