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Rules of Composition

Rules of Composition

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Published by Ayesha Khan
Rules of Composition
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Published by: Ayesha Khan on Feb 20, 2012
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Rules of Composition
Rule of Thirds
The Rule of the Thirds means that the frame/image can be divided in to three horizontal sectionsand three vertical sections. Also, the important elements should be placed along the lines on theirintercept.Ex:
Simplicity is the method of keeping the information in a photograph simple. Therefore, if your mainsubject is close, then your background should be very simple to avoid distractions. In brief, avoidlines or objects that steal the attention from the main subject.Ex:
Framing is a technique that brings the focus to the object. Frames add depth to the image.Moreover, framing is a tactic of using natural surrounding to add more meaning to the subject.
Ex:TextureTexture helps to emphasize the details in a photograph. The goal of this technique is for the viewersto imagine what it would feel like to the touch. In addition, texture gives realism and character to aphotograph.Ex:
Diagonal MethodThe diagonal rule of when the picture is divided into two, then each half is divided into three parts.Also, the line should be diagonal. By placing elements that go along this diagonal line, the picturelooks more pleasing and dynamic.Ex:

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