Rules of Composition

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Rules of Composition : 

Rules of Composition By: Tiffany Alvarez

Rule of Thirds- "center of interest" or a place where your attention is attracted or centered : 

Rule of Thirds- "center of interest" or a place where your attention is attracted or centered Your subject should be on the lines of the rule of thirds graph.

Framing- For this photo your "center of interest" should be surrounded by objects creating a frame : 

Framing- For this photo your "center of interest" should be surrounded by objects creating a frame

Background simplified- the background is not clear. : 

Background simplified- the background is not clear. You will adjust the aperture to let in the maximum amount of light. You can be in the aperture mode.

Background included- background (behind the center of interest subject) that adds to the impact of the photo. : 

Background included- background (behind the center of interest subject) that adds to the impact of the photo. This aperture should be set to let in a minimal amount of light.

Center of interest- the object that is the "center of interest" is so strong that you can't take your eyes off of it and that object just happens to be in the center. : 

Center of interest- the object that is the "center of interest" is so strong that you can't take your eyes off of it and that object just happens to be in the center.

Leading Lines- photo that draws you into it by the design of the objects in the photo. : 

Leading Lines- photo that draws you into it by the design of the objects in the photo.

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