Go ahead, pick your third course.
It turns out that eggplant and bologna top the lists of most disliked foods everywhere. So I thought I would give you a choice.
The Rule Of Thirds - one of the earliest photo composition techniques that an aspiring photographer comes across in their photo journey. It's simple, versatile, and effective in many situations. It's a classic for a reason - it works well and improves photographic composition immensely. Simply put, place two vertical lines to divide the image into 3 equal columns and two horizontal lines so you also have 3 equally-sized horizontal rows so the entire scene is divided into 9 segments. (Think, tic-tac-toe grid.) Place points of interest in the scene where the lines meet to improve the overall look and feel of the image. Rule of Thirds in Portrait Photography | Composition Guide The thinking is that having the emphasis of the image at the thirds looks better than a straight-on composition in many cases. When you keep your primary subject framed by the Rule Of Thirds, it’s like you are creating a roadmap for your image, guiding the viewer’s eye to the subject and creating a better visual story. Many camera and phone viewfinders have these grids, so turn them on and frame your shots. p.s. when we have a Break the Rules challenge, this is a great rule to break!