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rule of thirds

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Jacob Martin

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of rule of thirds

by: Jacob Israel Martin rule of thirds The rule of thirds is
use by almost all photographers, and painter When looking for the good quality of a picture, what rule do you use ?. Using the rule of thirds will help you develop a picture with quality, and make a picture seem as though you are in it. The rule of thirds is mainly used
to put the focus on 1/3 of the picture
you are taking. here are examples of the rule of thirds : That is the end of my presentation of the thirds.
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