How can you take better photos?
Here’s one little art trick you can do from now on to help you get better photos.
Rule of Thirds
Common Photography Mistake #1 | Framing the Subject in the Center
The most common mistake when taking a photograph is that people will place the main subject in the dead center of their image.
How to Follow the Rule of Thirds
The rule of thirds is an art guide that helps create a more interesting composition to your photo and draws the focus better when people view your image.
So here’s what you do.
- Imagine a tic-tac-toe box when you take a photo.
- Place your subject (person, place or thing) where the lines intersect.
VOILA! You’ve followed the rule of thirds…and created a much more interesting photo.
Examples of the Rule of Thirds:
When your main subject is a person that’s facing you, frame/crop your image near your subject’s head or eyes.
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