Last Updated on 04/09/2011 by Chris Gampat
Each week, the staff of The Phoblographer will be issuing you new challenges. Since we are a resource of tips and techniques, we decided that it is now time to put your photographic brains to use. This week, we are challenging you to go out there and shoot photos utilizing the Rule of Thirds in your composition to create more visually interesting images. We’d ask that you use our guide to help you.
We’ll also ask you to add those images to our Flickr Group with the tag, “The-Phoblographer-Rule-of-Thirds” Here are some tips on how to get the best out of Flickr while you’re at it. In one week, we will have a posting featuring a round up of these photos. When that challenge ends, we’ll start a new one and the process will continue.
And here are a couple of recent postings to help give you inspiration to start:
How to Photograph Coffee Like a Pro
Shooting a Reflected Portrait Using Your Surroundings
On Using Your Environment as a Tripod
Understanding Light: Intensity Vs Quality
What’s the Best Method to Autofocus: Center or Outer Point?