Controlling Composition with the Rule of Thirds – Free Quick Guide

A photo captures only a small slice of the world that we see.

What we choose to photograph and how we place elements within the frame is called composition.

Photographers, unlike other visual artists, generally have to work within the confines of reality.

But that does not mean you have no control over the composition.

Good photographers make a lot of decisions about where the various elements will lie in the frame.

The Rule of Thirds is one of many ways to compose a photo.

This ebook explores one way to organize the elements within your photographs – The Rule of Thirds.

Using the Rule of Thirds helps to train your photographic ‘eye.’ It will force your attention to how you have placed the elements in your image.

Using the Rule of Thirds will improve your photography by learning how to control your photographic compositions.

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Photo Credit: Jenn Mishra

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