If you feel appropriate, I have some topics that we can exchange ideas and address some concepts of how we can improve our photos with the experiences of each.
The Rule of Thirds is quite simple to use, imagine themselves mentally two lines vertical and two horizontal lines in the photo with the same distance between them in order to divide the photo on 9 equal parts. The result is similar to the scale of the game of the rooster (or the old game). According to this rule, the main object of the photo should be at any point where two of the lines are crossing.
As with any rule, it is not always necessary to comply, but to create pictures with deeper sense of scale and proportion, the Rule of Thirds is the most widely used and usually produces excellent results.
Posted on November 8, 2006
In Fotomania Blog