When you think about it, there are two simple questions every photographer should answer before taking a picture: where will you put the frame and where will you put the subject in that frame.
A composition principle based on an ancient mathematical formula can help you make those decisions. Watch the video to learn more.
Take a photo that prominently uses the golden mean or rule of thirds. Make sure your subject or most interesting part of your subject is placed where the lines intersect.
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