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Tag Archives: rule of thirds
I really enjoyed seeing everyone’s creative juices flowing as they looked at either past photos or created new ones for this assignment. The Rule of Thirds is a good thing to learn and keep in mind as you are looking … Continue reading
The wood duck was telling me to use the Rule of Thirds when I was photographing him at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo last weekend. I did my best but there were other ducks to either side of him. Like in … Continue reading
As a stock photographer I have no idea how my photos may be used. There is one thing I do you might not, which is, to leave room for copy space. Copy space is a relatively uncluttered area of a … Continue reading
I know what your thinking. Why is Scott starting up the assignment the first week in January? It will become clear in just a little bit. When I first started studying composition, the Rule of Thirds was one of the … Continue reading