How to Use the Rule of Thirds in Your Photography

A tiny shift can improve your composition

Landscape photography using the rule of thirds
Photo by Rodion Kutsaev on Unsplash

As a beginning photographer, you will read about many ‘rules.’ Some of these, such as a level horizon or not having a tree growing out of someone’s head, are rarely broken. Others, like the rule of thirds, are more compositional guidelines but based on tried-and-true practices. This article will explain more…

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