Photography composition can be what makes or breaks a great photo. Some say there are rules to follow when it comes to photography composition, but I hate rules so I will call them guidelines or tips. I have 5 quick and easy photography composition tips to help make your photos better right now.
Photography Composition Tip 1: Rule of Thirds
Okay I know I said I hate rules, but some genius (I don’t know who), came up with the title “Rule of Thirds”. Again, I say it is a guideline that can create interest in your photo. So here is what the guideline of thirds means:
The photo frame is overlaid with a tic tac toe board. The subject of interest in your photo should be placed at one of the intersections of the lines. Here is another example without the grid.
Again this is just a guideline, and one I don’t often follow. I like my subjects front and center, but there are a bunch of photography pros that swear it is a “rule” that must be followed. I will let you decide. [Read more…]