Rule of Thirds for Photography
Rule of Thirds
Each scenario or composition has its particularity, taking with it a geography, a design, but when we apply these to arithmetic everything changes dramatically. An example of this is the theory of quantum mechanics
Ask yourself; what does this have to do with my photos, well, although I clarify before continuing. Not applying the third to an image or photo does not mean that it is bad, but the third screen application helps incredibly to many types of scenarios to have a more accurate narrative, redirecting the focus of attention or action of it.
Application Rule of thirds for Photo Prints
We are in the Photo Printing industry, but at the same time we make certain types of graphics for different clients and the application of the third screen is paramount before designing a logo, stage, or editing photographs.
If we look, almost all the modern cameras bring with them in their digital screen system lines that divide the screen square into nine rectangles, the realignment of a scenario within these nine pictures can completely change the meaning, action, or focus of a photograph.
Composition and Rule of Thirds
I had the opportunity to share with a group of photographers in a photographyworkshop, photographing the same composition. That is where you really realize the basic importance of knowing how to portray an image correctly, because with this tool everything changes and you see the difference when it is applied.
The most accurate example that I can offer you is when we see a scenario that is portrayed by different photographers, but there is a photo within all that captures your attention. I am more than certain that they took into account the aforementioned.
If you are interested in having your photos have that professional distinction I invite you to look on YouTube, you will be surprised what you will find.