In this guide I'll teach you some basic but very important rules about composition. You can divide a picture using the rules of thirds and the points of interest.
The rule of thirds is a common composition rule that's been used for many many years. Within the rules of thirds are the so called "points of interest". The points of interest have many names, some call them hot spots, focus points, the golden rule etc. But I think the name "points of interest" are the best word for it, so that's why I use it. Many people are talking about these spots but each spot itself have its own property. Don't just use one and hope for the best. Think about what you want to convey before you shoot.
Remember that rules in photography aren't really rules, they're just guidelines and are not a magical thing that will all your photos look great no matter what. But they tend to make pictures look better in many cases, so they've been proven to work.
General information about my Photography Guide videos: In these videos i give you a hands on tutorial where I explain both the theory and practice of photography. By practice I mean that I bring my GoPro with me so that you can see how I apply my instructions onto real life photography. What I cover in the videos are things such as composition, settings, tips and tricks, how to use light etc.
See this as an online photography school and each video as an online photo course. In this photo school online you'll have everything you need to learn on how to become great at photography.
I'm always open for questions and suggestions!
Camera body: Nikon D3300
Lens: Nikkor 55-200 mm f/4-5.6 VR
Artist: Anno Domini
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Video made in 2019.