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Discussion in 'Black and White' started by Jman, Dec 8, 2011.
GH2 with Nikon 105/2.5 AI.
Great feeling of space in this image, created by the central placing of the bar/shed and the vast expanse of sky. Nice one.
Here's a great example of Not using the rule-of-thirds!
actually its a perfect example of the use of rule of thirds....... The horizon sits 2/3 of the way down the page...
or maybe your rule of thirds is different from mine
I thought it was the rule of four thirds in this forum ...
My, this thread got awkward quick.
wasn't trying to be awkward... I just have a thing about people spreading misinformation
Here's the definition I use...The rule of thirds is one of the most basic composition guidelines in photography. The rule of thirds explains what part of an image the human eye is most strongly drawn towards first. An imaginary tic-tac-toe board is drawn across an image to break it into nine equal squares. The four points where these lines intersect are strongest focal points. The lines themselves are the second strongest focal points. Take a look at these images to see some images that use the rule of thirds.
You can have your definition, I'll use this one. No misinformation intended.