Composition is one of the most important parts of a photo and there are rules to be followed. The problem with rules is that if everyone one follows them in the same way we end up doing things in exactly the same. If we break the rules, our images have the potential to be different as well as unbalanced and not as pleasing to the eye. Sometimes though in following the rules a composition of a subject can become clichéd. This is not to say top down shots of flowers, with only the flower in focus, the background blurred and also cropped to a square does not make a pleasing picture. I feel that it just doesn’t make the subject that interesting because, I am sure, I have seen this picture a thousand times before.
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