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Two terms, one more frequently heard that the other, are the golden ratio and the rule of thirds. But is one really better than the other? In this short article, you’ll learn what they are, how they impact your images, and how you can use them in your compositions:
RULE OF THIRDS
The rule of thirds is a very common rule of composition, one that has been in use pretty much since the dawn of photography. The concept involves imagining two sets of lines, one running from left to right and one from top to bottom and cutting each other at four points, thus dividing the whole frame into nine equal boxes.

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