Fundamental Rules to Compose a Photo


posted on 2nd of july, 2009
The Rules
These rules allow the photographer to gradually gain the sense of composition and own the skills to produce a beautiful image. Once you’ll have a certain experience, rules can be simply considered as guide-lines and be broken too if the situation permits.
This is an example of an image that satisfies all the three fundamental rules of composition. The main subject is placed on the intersection of the segments that divide each side by three, the line of trees lead the eye towards the subject that stands out for its colour contrast.
By the way rules don’t have to be broken just for the pleasure to do it, but only when the message or the information that we want to convey will result amplified in that way. The first rule, the one that is the most commonly considered,...

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Posted by Luissantos84 on October 13, 2009
Hi! What a nice portfolio you have :) Just passing by to read this interesting blog post! cheers
Posted by Bigpressphoto on September 28, 2009
thanks for the composition tricks, we all trip up
Posted by Jameskho on August 10, 2009
Thanks, very helpful article - now I have a better idea about the rule of third.



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