The rule of thirds is a technique for composing visual images such as paintings and photographs.
The idea is that the eye should naturally be drawn one-third of the way down, one-third of the way across, or one-third up on any given image.
In photography, this principle is often used to frame an image with a more interesting point of view. The rule of thirds can be applied to many different aspects of design and visual art. It can be used in photography, graphic design, painting, and so on.
The rule of thirds is applied in graphic design when an image, such as a photograph, is divided into nine equal parts by using three horizontal lines and three vertical lines. In the center is placed an important subject that can be used as a focal point for the viewer to engage with.
The more interesting or unusual it is, the more attention it will demand from viewers. The rule of thirds technique can also be mixed with other techniques to create even stronger images that viewers are compelled to look at.
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• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil (0.26 mm)
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
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• Hanging hardware included
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