Do you ever wonder how a specific photography composition rule came into existence?
Who discovered it and how?
What did others think about this new declaration of artistic judgment?
The ‘Rule of Odds’ is one of those.
The Rule of Odds is not specific to photography. It’s a rule specific to art, which includes photography. That’s why photographers use it to raise the aesthetic value of their images.
Here is what you’ll learn in this free eBook:
- What is the Rule of Odds?
- Why does it work?
- How to use it with triangulation and in linear compositions
- How many focus points on your camera work best when trying to capture the Rule of Odds
- When shouldn’t you use the Rule of Odds
It’s all here in a quick read!
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Photo Credit: Sangga Rima Roman Selia