Rule of Thirds (Part II)

Paris from afar | Taken by @phoebs_photography

Paris at Dusk| Taken by @phoebs_photography

When an object is proportioned so that the length of the smaller part compared to the larger part is the same as the length of the larger part compared to the whole image a golden ratio occurs. This produces an aesthetically pleasing image. The “rule of thirds” is an approximation of the golden radio which allows a for pleasing image.

Read more about the “rule of thirds” from my earlier post here.

In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Rule of Thirds."

					
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