Symmetry in everyday language refers to a sense of harmonious and beautiful proportion and balance, says Wikipedia. In photography it is much sought after. I find it hard to position the camera (and one self) in exactly the right geometrical position with according distances and degrees versus the outer edges of the subject. Show your attempt, accompanied by some technical context. How many shots for this one keeper, handheld or tripod?, any postprocessing? Using an appropriate lens or other considerations. I'll start The structure is a carrillon photographed from the ground. Handheld. Lens was the Sigma 19mm. I wonder if 19mm is the right FL for this kind of shot. It was crowded so only shot once. I straightened a bit in LR.