How To: Practice "the rule of thirds" in filming compositions

Practice "the rule of thirds" in filming compositions

This is The Substream's lesson from The Film Lab in Composition: The Rule of Thirds.

Composition is how you choose to show the audience your story.

Mike and Rajo demonstrate a handy rule of thumb for creating interesting compositions: the "rule of thirds".

Don't frame your object in the middle, centered. The Rule of Thirds divides the frame both at the horizontal and vertical and set the interesting stuff at the intersection of one of the four spots.

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