Photo 52: Within the Frame

Classic Composition: Golden Triangle {Week 46}

Next up in our month-long study of the Rules of Composition: The Golden Triangle. This rule generally applies to photos with diagonal lines. It involves splitting your photo into three triangles, one large and two smaller ones. This is done first by dividing the frame into two equal triangles with a diagonal line and then further dividing any one of the triangles into two more 90 degree angles. When you place your diagonal elements in the frame, it makes for a perfect composition.  

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