Still Life: Tiptoe Through the Wildflowers
I’m not sure why I love this photo sooooo much. I just do.
I also think it is a good example of the first and best photography advice I ever got – it follows the Rule of Thirds. My high school photography teacher taught us this and it is a practically foolproof way of making your photos more interesting. Simply put – don’t put your subject smack dab in the middle of your photos. Envision your frame in thirds, and put your subject to the side. This forces you to pay attention to the rest of the composition. I think a lot of great photographers do this naturally without realizing it. But when you do it consciously, you’re guaranteed a more interesting shot.
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