Today’s photo101 theme is ‘Solitude’. How do you interpret the state of being alone?
In addition to thinking about what solitude means to us, we were also asked to consider the placement of the ‘subject’ in the shot.
Today’s Tip: When you frame a shot, use the ‘Rule of Thirds’. This is a useful lesson in composition. Use the grid in the camera viewfinder to divide the shot into thirds, both horizontally and vertically, so you have nine parts.
Align the subject off-center because this placement aligns with how our eyes naturally interact with images.