I’m sure you’ve heard or read about some of the rules of composition in photography, like the rule of thirds, or leading lines. This photo doesn’t really use any of these rules. In fact it probably goes against a few of them, for example I’m missing part of the girls chin, and the sun ray is from shooting directly into the sun. Both these things may be considered technical mistakes. In reality the rules are only guidelines to help you understand a bit more about composition. Once you’ve mastered the basics, get creative and frame your photos as you please, there is no right or wrong of taking a photo. Just take the photo and enjoy the creative process of doing it.
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