"There are no rules for good photographs,
there are only good photographs."
- Ansel Adams
Guidelines to great composition in photography
Most or all beginners tend to 'shoot' pictures - the camera is aimed at the subject and then the shutter is fired. The result is one of most common errors in photographic composition - the feet of the person being photographed are cut off and lots of empty sky or dead branches or irrelevant whatever in the top half of the picture.
Also, the placement of focusing sensors in the camera tend to be clustered around the center. Especially Read more inside...