6.
The Rule of Thirds - I
Images with the
subject aligned with
the intersection of the
horizontal and vertical
thirds are usually
more appealing.
7.
The Rule of Thirds - I
Images with the
subject aligned with
the intersection of the
horizontal and vertical
thirds are usually
more appealing.
8.
The Rule of Thirds - II
Images with the
subject aligned with
the intersection of the
horizontal and vertical
thirds are usually
more appealing.
9.
The Rule of Thirds - II
Images with the
subject aligned with
the intersection of the
horizontal and vertical
thirds are usually
more appealing.
10.
Place your key elements at the
intersection of horizontal and vertical lines
11.
Place your key elements at the
intersection of horizontal and vertical lines
12.
Alternatively, align key elements
along horizontal power lines
13.
Alternatively, align key elements
along horizontal power lines
14.
Alternatively, align key elements
along vertical power lines
15.
Alternatively, align key elements
along vertical power lines
16.
Or place your key elements
on power lines and power points
simultaneously
17.
Or place your key elements
on power lines and power points
simultaneously
18.
Or place your key elements
on power lines and power points
simultaneously
19.
What happens when we ignore
the rule of thirds?
Compare the above picture
which places the bird at the
centre… versus:
20.
What happens when we ignore
the rule of thirds?
Compare the above picture
which places the bird at the
centre… versus:
This picture which gives the
bird “room to fly”.
21.
What happens when we ignore
the rule of thirds?
Compare the above picture
22.
What happens when we ignore
the rule of thirds?
Compare the above picture With this picture
23.
Which is more interesting?
Compare the above picture
24.
Which is more interesting?
Compare the above picture With this picture
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