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Breacking the rule of thirds
Breacking the rule of thirds

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Challenge: Breaking the Rules (Standard Editing*)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Sony Alpha a7 II
Lens: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
Location: One dollars store
Date: May 27, 2017
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 64
Shutter: 1/500
Date Uploaded: May 27, 2017

I broke the rule of thirds and try to make a composition according to the others rules of composition

Waiting your comments to know if the fact breaking the rule of thirds the composition proposed is well receive by the voters

Place: 46 out of 66
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Views since voting: 40
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Votes: 60
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06/07/2017 05:41:50 AM
Hello from the critique club

An appealing image that meets the challenge

A lovely composition that works in its own way. What makes this scene work so well is the splash of strong colour against the muted colours of the rest of the scene. If we assume that you have most of the plant holder, moving it further to the right would have conformed with the RoT but this is a good example of where the rule can be effectively broken. Because the rest of the plant holder is missing it leaves a sense of mystery. Also, the strong diagonals of the shadows splits the frame in a dynamic way again adding interest and impact to the end result. Nice one Marcel.
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06/06/2017 10:48:26 PM
composition is perfect in its way
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