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The Rule of Thirds

What the Rule of Thirds is and how to apply it.

alisha tapiawala

on 31 August 2011

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Transcript of The Rule of Thirds

The Rule of Thirds Examples What is it? How to apply it What the rule of thirds is
and how to apply it. Make sure you apply the Rule of Thirds to your pictures. The rule of thirds is a guide for taking pictures of people,
places, or objects. Chart of the rule of thirds These are good and bad examples. These are the places that the
subject of your picture should be. Notice how this baby (the subject
of the photo) is on one of the intersecting points. This is good! Notice how this baby (the subject
of the photo) isn't on ANY of the
intersecting points. This is bad! Have fun with your photography!
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