From The Daily Post: The Rule of Thirds is a photography concept that puts the subject of the photograph off-center, which usually results in blank space in the rest of the image.
The following was taken one afternoon at Lake Apopka with my iPhone5. Hope it fits somewhat into the Rule of Thirds category!
Gorgeous, sharp photo!
Thanks so much, Cindy! Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend. 😀
You have also done a wonderful job of composing this photograph using “leading lines” The eye is led to the beach house using the strong lines of the shore line and the natural contrast of the blue water to green vegetation. Very nicely done.
Thank you so much, Dave, for your wonderful comment. I really appreciate it! 😀
A gorgeous photo of a beautiful sunny afternoon whilst the cold and snow is surrounding my home;0)
Thanks, Johanna! I hope you start getting warmer weather soon. Happy weekend! 😀
What a peaceful, beautiful scene. And shot with the rule in mind!!!
Thanks so much, Rusha! 😀
Love it Linda 🙂 so tranquil…made more so by the main focus being off to the back 🙂 loves Bev xx
Thanks so much, Bev! Glad you enjoyed it! Hugs! 😀
I did 🙂 🙂 loves BEV XX
Beautiful Linda! I agree with Cindy very sharp.
Thanks much, Sue! Happy Sunday! 😀
Lovely photograph, Linda. Looks like a serene area for walking or a picnic?
Thanks, Amanda. It’s a wonderful huge lake and park a few blocks from my house. 😀
Great capture …
Thanks, Isadora! 😀
Thank you, Pam. I appreciate that! 😀
I’m always amazed at these iphone images!! This is no exception. So serene!! it wafts the eye inward toward the wharf and beyond!
Thanks, Cybele. I really appreciate your kind words. 😀 ❤
You have so effectivelly applied the app dear Linda!Wonderful scape with incredible serenity all over and fantastic clarity!I’m so glad you are better!Have a wonderful new week 🙂 ❤ xxx
Oh, thank you so much, dear Doda! I hope your week is going well! 😀 ❤
Pretty shot! I like it 🙂
Thanks so much, Jo! 😀
The rule of thirds is the foundation of photography! Love your image. Great clarity, too!
Thanks, Koji! I really appreciate that! 😀