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3 important Photography composition rules

photography composition rules

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#1 Ammar11


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Posted 13 November 2013 - 03:09 AM

1.Rule of Thirds
Imagine your photo made up of 9 equal sections by 2 horizontal and 2 vertical lines. The rule of thirds states that the most important subject in the scene should be positioned along those lines, or at the lines intersection points. This will create balance and significance to your picture.
2.Balancing your elements
Positioning the main subject off centre, creates a more attractive image, however it can cause an empty space in your scene. to balance your subject’s weight include another subject which is less important to fill in this void.
3.Leading Lines
Looking at any image, the eyes are drawn down naturally along the lines. A photographer can taffect the way viewers view his photo by thinking about how to place the lines in the composition. There are various types of lines (diagonal, curvy, straight, radial, zigzag, etc . They can all be used for enhancing your image's composition.

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