Xavier School | Grade 10 | by Josiah Gosingtian
Applying the Rule of Thirds lets you create more interesting layouts, versus the regular center-oriented layout.
One thing to remember is that we’re naturally drawn to human faces. We tend to look where their eyes are pointed towards, and if you combine this concept with the Rule of Thirds, you can create well-composed and unified images involving, well, things with faces.
When using the Rule of Thirds, balance doesn’t need to be strictly followed. I only included it here so that I could teach as much as I can within the limited time I’ve been given with these sophomores… You learn the rules to break them, eh?