To develop your photography skills and make an interesting photograph, experiment with the position of your subject/s. People tend to put their subjects in the centre of the frame, which is absolutely fine; sometimes the image style calls for that. However, using the ‘rule of thirds’ balances the image and makes it look more artistic. The ‘rule of thirds’ is simply, mentally dividing the scene through your camera viewfinder; using two horizontal lines and two vertical lines, as shown in post images. Next, you position the important elements (the subject/s) in your scene, along these imaginary lines or at the points where the lines meet.
Give it a try, start snapping & get creative.
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