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Developing Your Eye ~ Day Six: “Solitude” — The Rule of Thirds

My submission for the theme “Solitude” is a snap-shot extracted from a play.

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Developing Your Eye I, Day Six: “Solitude”

Developing Your Eye I, Day Six: “Solitude”

 


Developing Your Eye ~ Day Six: “Solitude” — The Rule of Thirds

Day Six: “Solitude” — The Rule of Thirds

Today, let’s capture solitude: the state of being alone, or a lonely and uninhabited place. What does this word look like to you?

Find inspiration in this shot of a lone girl sitting in the sand at Lanikai Beach in Oahu, Hawaii:

 

Day Six: “Solitude” — The Rule of Thirds Today, let’s capture solitude: the state of being alone, or a lonely and uninhabited place.

Day Six: “Solitude” — The Rule of Thirds
Today, let’s capture solitude: the state of being alone, or a lonely and uninhabited place.

Today’s Tip: Pay attention to the placement of your subject. As you frame your shot, consider the Rule of Thirds, which is a great introductory lesson in composition. Divide your shot into thirds, both horizontally and vertically, so you get nine parts:

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Place your subject at the intersections of these lines (or along them) to create a dynamic, off-center composition.

Visit the resource page for details on the Rule of Thirds. Remember to tag your post with #developingyoureye and check the Reader to see posts from fellow course participants!

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