Saturday, December 26, 2009

Photogrphy Guides - The Rule of Thirds and Framing

The Rule of Thirds

Many people interested in photography, it is unsurprising that many people have cameras. They want a good picture of the events that occurred in front of their eyes. Many forget that to get a good photograph is not only needed a quality camera but also needed a good photographic technique.

Some people think that photography is not art, but still many people learn how to take good photographs rather than just pointing the camera at an interesting scene and tripped the shutter release. Laying the Foundation-Basic Digital Photography

Composition is about the set elements of a scene to convey information or to evoke a mood or emotion. The principles behind such arrangements are not new, they even date back to the Italian Renaissance artists and the ancient Greeks and Romans before them.

Depiction of the mind tends to imagine the continuation of motion of an object. Odds are that you are also leaving the empty space behind one of the subjects, who did not serve the purpose. Placing third runner at the far right vertical images effectively fill space and provide room to move runners through pictures.

Fortunately, you do not need to be an art historian to study the principles of effective composition. Instead, just remember that all too often, mistakes beginner photographers make is in the crowd tried too much into a scene. More effective composition of photos to improve the most basic elements and then create elements that jump to the front lines in the picture.

Over time, some basic rules of composition has been developed to help make it easier for artists to learn the secrets of effective composition, which I examine in this artikle. You can see one of the following examples.

Composition one of the most basic tool is the rule of thirds, which divides an image into equal thirds horizontally and vertically, creating a key crossing point for positioning an important element in your photograph.

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Thirds rule helps you know where to place the subject that moves to give them room to move in the picture without falling off the edge of the frame. These rules also help you avoid common mistakes, such as placing the horizon line right in the middle of the image.


Frame the object image is simple but effective techniques to direct the eye to the object that becomes the center of attention. Your subject becomes much more obvious if you find a natural frame in your scene. Thus, what you can frame that surrounds your object, many ways to get a picture frame.

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The human mind has a tendency to fill the gap, the photographer can be used to great advantage. It's often better to suggest a frame rather than explicitly shown directly.

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