10 Common Composition Mistakes in Photography ~ Jose Aires

1. Subject is in the Centre of the Frame
Sometimes a central subject works, but normally it’s better to shoot it positioned to one side, as explained in the rule of thirds. Most cameras are capable of showing a grid in the viewfinder that can help us split the scene into thirds—horizontally and vertically. The main subject should ideally be positioned where the lines cross each other or in a full third, with the rest of the elements aligned with the grid lines. Check out how many you are aware of…”

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