Chapter 7 | Composition & Framing


Within photography, all sorts of composition rules have been devised. Placing the main subject in a specific spot in the image almost automatically makes a photo more interesting to look at. The best known and the most widely used compositions tend to adhere to one of the following rules.

7.2.1 Central composition

7.2.2 The rule of thirds

7.2.3 The golden ratio

7.2.4 Diagonal method

7.2.4 Leading lines

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