Saturday, January 15, 2011

The Rule of Thirds

One of the most important rules of photography is the "rule of thirds". This rule basically means that a photo is divided into nine parts where the main subject is not centered. As seen below in the photo on the left, the subject is placed in the center, while in the one on the right, it is off to the side. This makes the photo more compositional.
All photos contained within this post entitled "The Rule of Thirds" are not the property of Sam Rosenthal Photography.