this is an example of rule of thirds because the bottle is the main focus and the sky is only 1/3 of the picture The hot spot would be the bottle because its where the two lines intersect

this is an example of rule of thirds because the bottle is the main focus and the sky is only of the picture The hot spot would be the bottle because its where the two lines intersect

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This photo demonstrates the rule of thirds, when the image is cut into thirds both horizontally and vertically. Forms are then placed on the intersections, creating an interesting and balanced image.

the rule of thirds on the beach by Gina Yeo

What is the Rule of Thirds in Photography?

Composition should be considered and used purposefully in order to enhance an image. The Rule of Thirds (ROT) is one of the more well known and utilized tools a photographer has at his& disposal as a means to enhance composition within a photograph.

Rule of Thirds in Videos: Good Things Come in Threes Part II

Rule of Third-- I chose this photo because of the way the photographer used the rule of thirds to get a good focus on the butterfly.

The rule of thirds involves mentally dividing up your image using 2 horizontal lines and 2 vertical lines, as shown below. You then position the important elements in your scene along those lines, or at the points where they meet.

Rule Of Thirds: A technique of composition in which a medium is divided into thirds, creating aesthetic positions for the primary elements of design.

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