Rule: Never Shoot A Portrait from Behind created by Olga.L
Entry without name created by Wayne-Cheah
Avoid distracting backgrounds. created by Vibeke
Jumanji created by grasshopper1
Breaking: s ‘leading’, ‘nose room’ or ‘leading space’. The lead room principle means that when framing a subject, a well-composed image will have a negative space in the direction that the subject is facing. oops :)
Avoid Direct Downward Harsh Lighting created by Olga.L
🤪 to that rule!
Rule Broken: Horizon Line is Tilted created by Olga.L
Never AMPUTATE the head created by Olga.L
Cycling away created by Zizounai
Sorry I cut the boy's forehead, his shoe, his arms, Sorry you can only see a part of a handlebar and guess this is a bike, Sorry you can't see where he is going to, nor where he comes from... Sorry the background is all topsy-turvy, hope it doesn't make you sea sick.
Sunday walk created by Zizounai
Tommy can you see me? created by Zizounai
#1 Never place the horizon line in the middle #2 When you have an horizon line keep it horizontal #3 Never shoot a black cat around noon #4 Overexposed windows are ugly
Beautiful Sunrise created by grasshopper1
Rules broken: Main light light source in the rear. Fence is along center line. Subject in the center. Subject head turned. I was trying to show that the sunrise, at that moment, was so stunning that the bird turn around to watch it.:)
Dragon Racing created by photonut
Taken at a dragon racing event a couple of years ago[did not happen last year] and probarly not this year,this is not allowing space in front for something to go into[not the best description] not the best at that,did take loads more photos though where i did have more space in front.
Reflection. created by filantrop
Never face the sun! created by Merlin
Help,anybody seen my hands created by photonut
Taken at a street event,one i took quick,though do have ones with all of him in.
Springtime countryside created by Zizounai
Age gone by created by Diamite
Your eye naturally wants to go to back ground, but the train curves around, highling both bridges going in different directions . Not so happy with arm of a passenger in what looks like a shell suit jacket, from the 80s lol
Just Like That created by photonut
Taken at a street festival and although i do have other photos of this lady in full and much better,this one reminded me of the late great tommy cooper[look him up] and one of his sayings was JUST LIKE THAT.
Unspecified specimen created by Wayne-Cheah
Don't shoot into the sun. created by Vibeke
The wild sea or the sky? created by Marleen
Sometimes breaking the rules leads to compelling results.
Holiday photo that disturbed the peace in my head created by Marleen
Normally you get a certain peace of mind when you look at the pictures again, but with this chaos you get a certain stress, nothing is correct here: no specific object, no account of the sun, no line, no center ...
Every Rule in the Book created by MyMindsEye
Rule of Visual Space created by Olga.L
The rule is to always have good visual space in front of the direction that the subject is moving. The rule has been broken with this composition.