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Basic Rule of Photography


Basic Rule of Photography
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Basic Rule of Photography

In Photography, there is this very famous rule that is preached a lot to the
beginners. It's called "*The Rule of Thirds*". Please click here for a more
thorough illustration of what it is
, but some cameras come with grids like
the one I pictures above to help you make the best out of your picture

Follow the gridlines and frame your subject somewhere along the lines, not to the center. It's only ok to take photos with the subject in the center when you're at a birthday party and someone's cutting the cake. Or when you have a class photograph for the yearbook. Other than event keeping, most pictures do tend to look better following the rule of thirds

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