Figure 68. A. Tree appears to grow out of subject’s head. B. Photographer moved to left to change perspective.
Figure 69. Rule of Thirds Grid. Key elements should fall on lines and line intersections.
Figure 70. Examples using the rule of thirds for strong compositions. A. Eyes fall on intersections of lines. B. Horizon falls on lines.
Figure 71. Symmetry can create strong compositions.
Figure 72. A. Wide angle shot with space above and below subjects. B. Close-up shot with subjects that fill frame.
Figure 73. Do not cut people off at their joints. A. Subjects cut off at ankles. B. Subjects properly framed at ¾ length, ending just above the knee.
Figure 74. A. Motion is leading into the frame. B. Motion is leading out of the frame.