Sunday, October 10, 2010

Shutterbug Sunday: Off Center

My favorite Cherry ♥
My favorite Cherry ♥ by Tammy Lee Bradley
Every photography and art class teaches the basic composition guideline called the rule of thirds. Even if you don't quite understand the concept, I find that simply keeping your point of focus off-center is a good way to create interest in your photos. I love the illusion of negative space that this technique creates. When combined with shallow depth of field, it can be used to make your photographs more dramatic.
The softness of Autumn
The Softness of Autumn by Tammy Lee Bradley
I have added a mclinky below, share with us your own "OFF CENTER" shots.
Have a great week! Stay sweet. ♥ tlb


  1. Oooh...Tammy...loving your pics.

  2. Love the cherry photo! The blue on the table adds interest.

  3. I love the photo of the cherry! The blue and the texture on the table make it extra special :)

  4. every time i see the leaf I think it's a cow's tongue! Am I alone in my silly state? he-- I love her pictures!

  5. Love the pics !!!! Crafty Ladie Ak


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