Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Week #10 Using 2/3 of your photo frame

I am participating in Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Week 10 – Using 2/3 of your Photo Frame.

I was finally able to get out to take some photos this weekend. The weather here has been unseasonably warm. Temperatures that are usually in the 30’s, have reached the 60’s. I took advantage of this weather anomaly and grabbed my camera.

I found that I take a lot of shots following the Magic of Two-Thirds, even more so than The Rule of Thirds.

I love this door that I spotted on an old mausoleum in a neighborhood cemetery. Prominently positioning the door in the left two-thirds of the shot gives it lots of character.

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The shot below also follows the Magic of Two-Thirds. Positioning the bike in the bottom corner with negative space in front of it, creates the illusion that someone will jump on and ride away.

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I like this shot below because the small shed is in the bottom two-thirds of the shot. This gives it a unique look and makes the shed look much larger than it really is.

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Last but not least, is my pug Princess Leia lounging in front of my Christmas tree. The lights create a nice bokeh and help draw the eye to her lovable mug. She’s just missing her crown.

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10 thoughts on “Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Week #10 Using 2/3 of your photo frame

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  2. Congratulations on your recognition! Love your photos especially your pug Princess Leia. Such an adorable Christmas photo. Good job! Merry Christmas!

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