Uploaded: February 28, 2020 | Entered: February 28, 2020 11:26:20


'Take two aspirins and call me in the morning' is a popular phrase we have all heard. It is said to be a humorous go -to answer given by doctors years ago when they were on call 24 hours a day and made house calls. It was used when a late night worrisome caller needed a simple remedy for a non-urgent illness that could wait until the next day. This week I photographed 'the rule of thirds'. This form of composition divides your image into 3 parts #. Placing your subjects where these lines intersect is one method of achieving a well composed image. Settings were: F2.4 1/40 iso 320 @4.30mm


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