Canon 7D, Splitting the Frame

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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 8.21).

Even though the focus is centered in the middle of the frame on the cat’s eye, the eyes and nose create a triangle that is in the left third of the frame.
FIGURE 8.21 Even though the focus is centered in the middle of the frame on the cat’s eye, the eyes and nose create a triangle that is in the left third of the frame.