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The Rule of Thirds and the Golden ratio

Here is a list of some of my favorite lesson to teach the Rule of Thirds.

Simplifying the Rule of Thirds

In this article, contributing author and stock photographer, Rich Legg, offers some tips on using the rule of thirds. You can learn more about Rich and how to connect with him at the end of this article.

Teaching Rule of Thirds to Children | No. 3 in a Kids 365 Series

Children often compose their picture by placing their subject smack-dab in the center of the frame. An easy step to help children improve their composition of pictures is introducing them to the Rule of Thirds. While working with my children on applying this concept, I realized how difficult it can be for a child to divide the frame without any visual aide.

Rule of thirds

How to use the rule of thirds to get better composition in your photos

Rule of Thirds - Digital Photography School

Here's everything you need to know about the "Rule of Thirds" - a simple principle that will help you to take well balanced and interesting shots.

The Golden Ratio vs. The Rule of Thirds

When it comes to photography, there is a debate whether or not the Golden Ratio is better than the Rule of Thirds. Join Tara as she discusses the importance of these. Read More: What is the 'Golden Ratio' and why is it better than the 'Rule of Thirds?'

How to Use the Golden Ratio to Improve Your Photography | Photo Composition |

Home -> Photography Techniques: Composition and Elements of Design -> How to Use the Golden Ratio to Improve Your Photography by Article: © 2014 Sarah Vercoe. All right reserved. How to Use the Golden Ratio to Improve Your Photography Sarah Vercoe Phi Composition - Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park Canon 7D, 24 - 70mm 2.8 L series lens at 24mm, ISO 100, f/8, 1/80 sec.

Proportion, Golden Ratio and Rule of Thirds

One of the key principles of design for web designers proportion, as it is applicable at the macro-level (the general layout of the page) and the micro-level (e.g. a single diagram or widget). Proportion refers the size relationship of visual elements to each other and to the whole.

Rules of photo composition

Photo Composition Rules What is a photograph? It is a story. What is a story? It is is a series of sentences connected to each other. The same is true about photography. To create a photograph, it is not enough just to take an image of something.

Photography Rule of Thirds

You want to break the rules? Well, you need to master them first. Here we explain the famous photography rule of thirds. The rule of thirds is probably the most often referenced photography rule of composition. It is all about subject placement within the frame.

How to Master Photography Composition Using the Golden Ratio

The Golden Ratio is also known as the Divine Proportion. This is because it occurs virtually everywhere in nature. When we are shooting, our eyes are naturally accustomed to seeing this proportion wherever we look. If in our compositions we break this natural ratio, the image will look uncomfortable...