Photography : Developing Your Eye! Day 6 – Solitude

Photography : Developing Your Eye! Day 6 – Solitude
The Rule Of Thirds

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Photography : Developing Your Eye! Day 6 – Solitude

The Rule Of Thirds

 

“Solitude is fine but you need someone to tell that solitude is fine.”

~Honoré de Balzac

Street dog photography, solitude

A Street Dog in His Solitude and His Territory 

Today’s theme is to capture solitude: the state of being alone, or a lonely and uninhabited place.

Solitude is more than just being alone. I think solitude is one’s own space to be free of all inhibitions, a space where you can bare your soul out and take a look at yourself unembelished, just as you are!


Today’s Tip:

Pay attention to the placement of your subject. As you frame your shot, consider the Rule of Thirds, which is a great introductory lesson in composition. Divide your shot into thirds, both horizontally and vertically, so you get nine parts:

Photography, composition, rule of third

Photography, composition, rule of third

Place your subject at the intersections of these lines (or along them) to create a dynamic, off-center composition.

 

This is part of an assignment of a photography course available under the blogging university. The link to the ten days course is here developing your eye i


 

What does the word ‘solitude’ look like to you?

Do share your thoughts.

Thank you!

  1. […] The rule of thirds is one of the most important concept to learn in photography. It can be used in all types of photography to produce images which are more balanced. […]

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