10 RULES OF PHOTOGRAPHY
1. RULE OF THIRDS
* The picture is divided into nine equal sections by two horizontal lines and vertical lines.
* The main subject must be placed on the lines that are intersecting as what the rule is trying to apply.
2. BALANCING ELEMENTS
* It is directed by the Rule of Thirds where in the subject is off the center which makes the remaining spaces look empty so it is a must that an extra less important object must be added.
3. LEADING LINES
* This element will state whether the subject could basically attract the viewers through the lines shown.
* This line could be diagonal, horizontal, or straight,
4. SYMMETRY AND PATTERNS
* This is such as balance but there should be eye-catching composition that will lead to a pattern.
* Using the same object or a reflection of it on both sides of the shot or repeated through the entirety of it.
* It has a massive impact on the composition of the photo that results to the message it conveys.
* Unsightly objects, overexposed or particularly bright areas and blocks/dots of bright colour will all pull the eye from what it's meant to be focusing on so take a good look at your background before you take your shot and if possible, find a background that's not so
* It is important to choose the depth carefully to be able to convey the sense of the photo since a picture is a two-dimensional.
* The nature has its own made frame whenever a photo is taken.
* A frame enhances the main subject’s isolation and makes it more interesting.
* This lets the viewer attention to stay on the main subject only.
* It avoids the noisy background that divides the attention of the one looking at the picture.
10.RULE OF ODDS
* It is better to put photo with the objects with odd numbers since it...