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  • #834
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    carolina
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    Do you use the 9 box grid when taking photos?

    I think the rule of thirds is really important for composition and use it almost all the time.

    #835
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    mikolaj
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    The rule of thirds is very important for composition, it can sometimes make or brake a photo. However, I can often tell where the grid lines are, I’ve gotten used to it now. If I’m taking wedding or event photos, I’ll put them on though.

    #841
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    lunar
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    I use it most of the time. I use it a lot for landscape photo’s to make sure the horizon line is aligned right in the photo along with other elements. It helps produce a better looking image.

    #848
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    biggles
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    I didn’t know it was on my DSLR until a few months ago. I knew all about the rule of thirds, but I never knew most DSLR’s had it built in. It’s such a handy feature.

    #861
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    John
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    Sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t. Rules are meant to be broken, this applies to every discipline. Of course the photographs turn out horrible sometimes because of this, but I managed to get some unique shots as well.

    #997
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    Tom Northrop
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    I use them most of the time as it reduces the risk of turning my projects into a disaster.

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