Take engaging photos using the rule of thirds
Dave Johnson, TechHive:
Photographers often talk about framing a photo when they compose a shot in the viewfinder, and for good reason. You can think of the act of taking a photo like taking an empty photo frame and hanging it in the air to capture a slice of reality. The decisions you make about what to include in the frame add up to the difference between a memorable photo and a throwaway snapshot. Want to improve your photos? With a little practice, you can easily take advantage of some of the established rules of composition that photographers have relied on for well over a century.