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The rule of thirds in photography — Photography podcast #23

This pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast dis­cusses the rule of thirds in pho­tog­ra­phy. This rule‚which is more of a guide­line sug­gests that you divide the image that you see through your viewfinder into equal thirds so that it resem­bles a tic-tac toe board. Depend­ing on what the objects of inter­est are, you can place them along the divid­ing lines or at one of the 4 OFF-CENTER points as illus­trated in the square dia­gram below. Doing this gen­er­ally improves your pho­to­graphic composition.

In these exam­ple images below you can prob­a­bly see that the off cen­ter shots are more inter­est­ing or appeal­ing. The cen­tered shot of the gar­den statue should appear less appeal­ing than the non cen­tered shot.

You can download‚this pho­tog­ra­phy podcast‚directly‚by click­ing the pre­ced­ing link‚or lis­ten to it almost imme­di­ately with the embed­ded player.

Leading lines in photography — Photography podcast #22

This pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast dis­cusses how we can use lead­ing lines to make our pho­tog­ra­phy much more cre­ative. You can download‚this pho­tog­ra­phy podcast‚directly‚by click­ing the pre­ced­ing link‚or lis­ten to it almost imme­di­ately with the embed­ded player.

Thanks to Dominic Fuiz­zotto‚for allow­ing the use of the‚cute por­trait of my wife and me. Thanks as well to Rich Legg for allow­ing me to use his amaz­ing pho­to­graph of the road with the yel­low lines.