Participate in our weekly photography challenge! This week your challenge style is ‘Rule of Thirds’ – read on, have fun!
We haven’t explored the rule associated with thirds in over a year, and sometimes its good to get back to your root base. If you don’t know what the rule of thirds is, read all about it over right here on
When you post your own photo, make sure you include a hashtag #dPSThirds
“The rule associated with thirds is a compositional guide that breaks an image into thirds (both horizontally and vertically) so you have nine pieces and four gridlines. According to the rule, by positioning key elements along the gridlines, you’ll end up with better compositions. ” –
Here’s my personal exploration o the particular rule of thirds! I acquired a gig as the staff members photographer for one of the Reddish Bull Air Race collection in London (Sure, my name tag had someone else’s name on, but it is all good! ) Peter Besenyei’s Edge 540 slicing the third.
Here’s a great article using a shed-load of examples for you, well worth a read and afterwards, explore what’s who are around you and share your own photograph that will explores the ‘rule of thirds’ – that article (click! )
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