Rule of Thirds

Shannon Lynch 11E

Rule of thirds The rule of thirds is a guideline made up of two horizontal and two vertical lines. The purpose of using this is to make photographs more interesting by placing the main subject of the photo on one of the lines or line intersects.

Using the rule of thirds makes this photo interesting because the bird is not placed directly in the centre and gives more free space to balance the activity of the bird.

Using the rule of thirds makes this photo better because it draws attention to the main subject and makes it seem more appealing.

Shannon Lynch 11E

Using the rule of thirds makes this photo look better because it ensures by creating a balance between the empty and occupied space the viewer will focus on the main subject.

Using the rule of thirds makes this image more appealing because it allows the photographer to stop the horizon from splitting the photo through the middle.

Using the rule of thirds makes this photo more original because the main subject is not in the middle and does not follow the regular conventions of other photos.

Shannon Lynch 11E

Using the rule of thirds balances this photo well because the only subject in this photo is the main subject itself, which is balanced with the black background.

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