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Most creatives, from painters to photographers, will have come across the Rule of Thirds at some point.
As time goes on, certain types of photo equipment become obsolete as people use post production to spruce up their pictures.
Looking to up your photography game? Luckily, the Cooperative of Photography has created a fantastic video on photographic composition using tips and images by legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry. Each of the nine pointers is illustrated with examples from McCurry's stunning portfolio. Read on to learn from the master photographer himself. 1. Rule of Thirds Place points of interest on intersections. Position important elements along the lines. 2.