On this topic, I will be analyzing three photography composition rules which are: rule of third, leading lines and depth of field. I will also include the photos that I have taken to further explain the above rules.
Rule of Thirds:
The rule of third is described as placing important parts of the image on a point where the horizontal and vertical lines intercept. The image above meets the criteria and that’s why I used it for this example.
Photo by Vishal Toshiwal URL:http://phoneradar.com/understanding-background-
Here is an example of a picture taken by me to further explain rule of third
Leading lines occurs when we have straight, curvy or zigzag path. The image I used has a straight path and it seems like you are walking towards the moon.
Photo by Brookie Wilbur URL: http://blogs.egusd.net/haynesphotobrookiewilbur/2013/03/14/leading-lines/
Depth of Field:
Depth of field has to do with focusing the main subject of interest on your image. You want to draw your audience to a particular image and then blur the other parts. The image I used focused on the bird and where it was standing .
Photo by Prathap URL: http://www.naturephotographysimplified.com/tips-and-tutorials/depth-of-field-using-aperture-photography-basics/