So, my school schedule now includes Photography to finish up my Fine Arts credits, and aside from Digital Art and Painting (which were the bane of 2 of my years), this class takes the cake. In these shots, using the crop tool, I tried applying the “Rule of Thirds,” one of the concepts learned in this class. In summary, it involves using the lines which divide a shot by 3 horizontally and vertically and positioning a subject on a line or an intersection point. The result: Awesomeness.
Stunning!👍 Great job!👏
Aw #2 is 👌👌
Not bad mate, keep it up. I love them all.
Absolutely stunning, I can even see myself in the last one!
Beautiful pictures! Awesome! Great advice! 😁😁😁👍👍👍👍 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
Thanks very much guys!
Thanks for advice, these are great!
Great mini tutorial and pictures! Saw this on the IFAE Instagram too :)
If you notice in the last picture, you’ll see that Ryanair isn’t a part of the trouble for once😂
Realy good pics and great editing
Very nice! I’d still let the horizon straight in most cases. It rests the eye and let them enjoy the scene better.
My two cents.
Some stunning picture in there, especially 1-3 (and 4)are fantastic. Thanks for sharing!
Well done sir!!!
Nice photo the second one looks so real I thought it was x plane 11 🤣👊🏽
Lol. I love me some lens flares
I’ll keep that in mind 👍🏻
Very nice pictures! Did you knew that the Rule of thirds is actually not correct? When it was investigated, the professors involved made a fatal error that resulted in a study that is completely wrong.
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