My purpose of this post is to learn and understand the different designs of photographs. It includes three things. Rule of Thirds, Leading Lines and Depth of fields. I used three different professional photographs and the other three photographs were taken by me recently. To give you a clear information, I made some draw overs on each copy of the pictures.
Rule of Thirds
In the above picture, both the bird and the wire are following the rule of third. When I divided this picture using the Rule of Thirds lines, I could clearly see how the photographer was able to apply the Rule of Thirds principle clearly. The horizontal wire placed at the lower image where the bird stood. Along with the wire, the bird also placed where two red lined connected to each other.
The photographer was able to show a clear picture where it followed the Leading Lines towards the red light at the end. The man walking, the railway tracks along with the train on the left side of the tracks following the Leading Lines in the same direction. The viewer attention in this picture was the red light at the end of the platform.
Depth of Field
We often don’t realize that we follow some rules and principles when we take pictures. Learning about the important rules will really help in making our photos from good to better or best. Each of the examples which I gave was really useful information even if we think a little bit about these rules before we take pictures. Along with these principles, many people have a unique talent for taking pictures. Some of those don’t even follow any of these rules.