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KarenFB Plus
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12 Nov 2019 8:49PM
Another gorgeous scene - it looks so tranquil (I'd love to be on one of those boats for a trip).

When we take a photo, there is a 'rule of thirds' (although the 'rule' doesn't have to be used). Imagine if you will a 'noughts-and-crosses' grid - each line is drawn on a third of the image. So, when we are composing a photo, we try to put the 'stars of the show' on a third-line. In this case, I think the tree line is important so I would have put them on the bottom line (removing a bit off the bottom would do this).

It's well worth having a 'play' with different compositions and seeing what appeals to you most (had you ticked the 'Allow Modifications' box when uploading I could have shown you what I meant! Wink).

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elainecll 6 5 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2019 9:08PM
Dear Karen
Quote:Another gorgeous scene - it looks so tranquil (I'd love to be on one of those boats for a trip).

When we take a photo, there is a 'rule of thirds' (although the 'rule' doesn't have to be used). Imagine if you will a 'noughts-and-crosses' grid - each line is drawn on a third of the image. So, when we are composing a photo, we try to put the 'stars of the show' on a third-line. In this case, I think the tree line is important so I would have put them on the bottom line (removing a bit off the bottom would do this).

It's well worth having a 'play' with different compositions and seeing what appeals to you most (had you ticked the 'Allow Modifications' box when uploading I could have shown you what I meant! Wink).

Dear Karen, I would to have a look the different composition u said, so i can learn as well Smile, my son dont mind hahah
KieranW Junior Member 1 12 England
13 Nov 2019 10:46PM

Quote:Another gorgeous scene - it looks so tranquil (I'd love to be on one of those boats for a trip).

When we take a photo, there is a 'rule of thirds' (although the 'rule' doesn't have to be used). Imagine if you will a 'noughts-and-crosses' grid - each line is drawn on a third of the image. So, when we are composing a photo, we try to put the 'stars of the show' on a third-line. In this case, I think the tree line is important so I would have put them on the bottom line (removing a bit off the bottom would do this).

It's well worth having a 'play' with different compositions and seeing what appeals to you most (had you ticked the 'Allow Modifications' box when uploading I could have shown you what I meant! Wink).

yes pls

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