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    Avatar of carolina

    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.

    Avatar of mikolaj

    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.

    Avatar of lunar

    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.

    Avatar of biggles

    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.

    Avatar of John

    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.

    Avatar of Tom Northrop
    Tom Northrop

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

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