In a past iPhone photography tutorial, iDB detailed what is known in photography as the Rule of Thirds. This rule, while not an always-binding hard and fast rule, states the photographer should place the focal point of the image at the intersections or along the lines of a grid that divide the field of view into thirds. ... Read the rest of this post here

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