Practical Suggestions for Travelling Photographers – Faruk Akbas
Placing the image at the golden ratio. Divide the image into three sections both horizontally and vertically in your mind. Place your main subject at the intersection centre of one of these sections. Avoid putting your subject and the horizon line in the middle. The middle of your frame is the most boring point in your composition. If the horizon line is placed at one third of the upper or lower surface, composition will prosper. By moving to the right, to the left and moving your subject or your camera, you can easily change the location of the horizon line.
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