Rule of Thirds – Jacaranda & Pohutukawa trees

Beautiful Jacaranda in bloom with the white colonial house in the background.

Pohutukawa tree and its shadow at noon.

Pohutukawa tree and its shadow at noon.

 

The Rule of Thirds is a photography concept that puts the subject of the photograph off-center, which usually results in blank space in the rest of the image.

The Rule of Thirds is just a guideline, not a rule, and there will be times when it doesn’t work for you — when you want to minimize the background, or fill the frame with your subject.  Give it a try in your everyday shooting, though, and see if it doesn’t add a bit more life to your images.

Thank you to my friend, Bryce for contributing those shots.

via Rule of Thirds.

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