Six Great Photos Following the Rule of Thirds

27 Jan

Rules are meant to be broken, but for budding photographers, the rule of thirds is one of the first “rules” that we learn, and can actually get results from when we put it in to practice. Having said that, there are loads of photos that are interesting and inspirational without following this rule.

If you are interested in reading more about the Rule of Thirds, the following are bookmarks that I have used over the years.

Now what sort of results can we expect? Follows are six great photos that either knowlingly or unknowlingly use this “rule”.

Post links to your “rule following” photos in the comments section and let us all be inspired!

Rule of Thirds by Garry

Rule of Thirds by Garry - www.visionandimagination.com

Harvest Moon 1980 - - Rule Of Thirds

Harvest Moon 1980 - - Rule Of Thirds by thegreatlandoni

Flying off-centre - The Rule of Thirds

Flying off-centre - The Rule of Thirds by alancleaver_2000

A Solitary tree atop a hill at Loch Lomond

A Solitary tree atop a hill at Loch Lomond by vagelisgeo

Sam Gates meets the horizon on a foggy day in January.

Sam Gates meets the horizon on a foggy day in January by chrisjocanis

If you want to see more Rule of Third examples, visit this Rule of Thirds Gallery, by robin pereira on Flickr.

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