Canon EOS 60D, Rule of Thirds

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As mentioned in previous chapters, it’s usually a good idea to avoid placing your subject directly in the center of the frame. Sticking to the rule of thirds principle—placing the subject or horizon line one-third of the way from the edge of the frame—typically results in a pleasing composition (Figure 8.20).

I used the rule of thirds to place my subject in the upper-left third line of this image.
FIGURE 8.20 I used the rule of thirds to place my subject in the upper-left third line of this image.

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