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olddingo



Registered: November 2008
Posts: 2,850
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One of the varieties of Hebe growing in our garden, I do not go out of the way to follow this so called rule but the results I get usually stick to it.


A normative rule that an image should be mentally or representationally divided in three horizontally and diagonally and that the focus of the image should not be in the centre of the resulting shape.
· Date: Sat January 20, 2018 · Views: 59 ·
Keywords: Rules Thirds
State / County / Area Image taken: Tasmania
Processing Software Applications Used
Corel PSP X8
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Australia

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janper44

Registered: December 2009
Posts: 3,730
Sat January 20, 2018 11:51pm

I find the contrast between the blossom and the surrounding greenery serves to bring a sense of depth to the image... in other words the flower "pops" for me. Being slightly off centre makes the resulting image visually appealing.


Rule of thirds is probably something I should spent more time using but for every step forward to use it I fall back a couple forgetting to make use of the concept.


Jan
yashica boy

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 333
Sun January 21, 2018 5:26pm

Like the shape of the flower and the small bud in the middle and it stands out from the green of the leaves
Best regards


Richard G

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