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The Rule of Thirds

This is one of the most crucial rules in composition.

With an imaginary grid you divide the image into three rows and three columns. The basic way to use the grid is to place the most important objects in a shot in the points where the lines from the imaginary grid intersect. These hot spots should be used diagonally, with the closer objects being placed in the lower spots and vice-versa.

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