Rule of thirds
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  • 1. The Rule Of Thirds
  • 2. What is the Rule Of Thirds? One of the most popular rules in photography is the Rule Of Thirds. It is also popular amongst artists. It works like this:
Imaginary lines are drawn dividing the image into thirds both horizontally and vertically. You place important elements of your composition where these lines intersect.
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  • 8. Todays Task Take a series of photograph’s that demonstrates The Rule Of Thirds Take a number of photographs of the same image which demonstrates how different composition decisions can change the look / impact of an image.