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Friday, June 1, 2012

FSO- Rule of Space


FSO
Rule of Space. 


The Rule of Space says that you will create a more pleasing image 
by giving the subject space in which to move.

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Space for a bird to fly into or out of the birdhouse.
There is an opening on the other side.




Question:
FSO team.
Does the tree in the center violate the rule?
My subject is the bird feeder.



Early morning mist.
Rare time for me to be shooting photos.





Gnome at home


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10 comments:

GrandmaK said...

Like your "gnome at home" and the picture of the birdhouse is very well done. How did you do that!?! My best to you dear friend!! Cathy

GingerV said...

I don't know about the rule but the photo is a very pleasant one and therefore valid (!!) the mist on the field is a great photo - see what we miss if we sleep in too late. have a great week.

Libby said...

Nice photos! I think my fave is Gnome at Home!

Terri Buster said...

I think all fit the theme, and I like the gnome the best- just because I love gnomes!

Loredana Donovan said...

Lovely photos. I especially like the first one and the one with the mist. Great job!

Rebecca said...

Nicely done. I love the misty photo!

Anvilcloud said...

Good use of selective color as well as using space in the first one.

I am not part of the team, but I would say that there is space around your focal point in the second photo. At the very least you're using the rule of thirds, which is good.

~JarieLyn~ said...

I like the misty photo, so much space and just great to look at.

Pauline Woodcock said...

This rule is too new to me to make valid any comment I make about it. But I can say that the first thing I noticed in that shot was the bird feeder (because of positioning and colour I suppose). My appreciation of the tree came second. And I love the early morning mist - not too sure if I'd want to wander into it though. :)

Bagman and Butler said...

Ah...the morning mist is excellent. So glad you got up and caught it! One of your best