We have been taught that the optimal position of a subject in a frame is when it follows the rule of thirds, that is, it is more pleasing to look at it when placed at any of the intersections of the frame divided into three sections, both horizontally and vertically, as marked by circles in the sample frame below:
For the sake of illustration, the image below is an example of what is not the recommended placement, the “smack in the center” position horizontally and too high vertically:
And what is considered as preferable is this:
It was not until 2003 that I became intrigued with Fibonacci, as a consequence of Dan Brown’s best seller “The Da Vinci Code”, later made into a most entertaining well-made movie.
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