This week we challenge you to photograph using the Rule of Thirds.
The Rule of Thirds is often used as a helpful reference point for creating a pleasing photo composition. Think of dividing your photo into thirds with an imaginary grid, both horizontally and vertically. Then line up the most important elements of the photo so they are positioned along the grid lines or at the points of intersection.
Annie’s photograph of Roger Federer for the Disney Dream Portrait Series is a great example of the Rule of Thirds.
Now take a look at the same photo with a grid so you can see how Annie’s subject is positioned along the grid line.
Take a photo using the Rule of Thirds and share with your classmates below!