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Great photos help tell the story you are capturing on your scrapbook pages. So how do you take great photos? Let me share a few ideas I’ve used over the years.
One of my very favorite photo tips is called “The Rule of Thirds” or the off-center shot. By positioning your subject off center, you introduce an energy that centered images don’t have. Imagine your frame as a grid divided into thirds—three equal horizontal segments and three equal vertical segments resulting in nine squares, just like a tic-tac-toe board. You get four off-center points, the four corners of the center square.