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In this challenge you are to use the "Rule of Thirds" guide as your compositional guidelines. (No Centering the subject allowed). Most Cameras have a grid for this in the P/S category, some DSLRs have it available for the LCD on the back. But, even if your camera doesn't have it, just divide the screen in 9 equal parts. Two lines Vertically and 2 lines Horizontally evenly spaced. Any Subject can be used. Do the best you can with your subject. As long as the photo is demonstrating an off center subject on or near the 4 cross points, I'll keep it in the challenge. See my Overlay example..Not exactly crossing the 2 left points, but, close and unentered.
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Wednesday, 6th May, 2009 (GMT)
Wednesday, 13th May, 2009 – Tuesday, 19th May, 2009 (GMT)
Wednesday, 20th May, 2009 – Tuesday, 26th May, 2009 (GMT)
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Shot with a Sigma 70-200EX HSM on a low shutterspeed, to gain that extra sense of speed.
|Submitted:||Wednesday, 13th May, 2009 12:49 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Tuesday, 12th May, 2009|
|Focal length:||79 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/100 sec|
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