Golden ratio

Created 7 months ago and Updated 7 months ago
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Golden ratio or fibonacci composition #learnphotography #ajayphotography #shorts 🔥
Golden ratio or fibonacci composition #learnphotography #ajayphotography #shorts 🔥Photo curiousyoutube.coma few seconds

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Golden Spiral -Rule of Thirds in Art and Photography
Golden Spiral -Rule of Thirds in Art and PhotographyCheryl Johnsonmedium.com5 minutes

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In this article, the author discusses the rule of thirds and the golden spiral. The rule of thirds is a simple principle that will help you to take well balanced and interesting photos making use of a natural tendency for the human eye to be drawn toward certain parts of an image. The golden spiral is a shape that is pleasing to the eye. The author suggests that by placing a point of interest on the smallest part of the spiral, the eye will naturally flow through the rest of the image.

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How to use the Golden Triangle Technique (Photography Tip)
How to use the Golden Triangle Technique (Photography Tip)Echo Five Filmyoutube.coma few seconds

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In this step, you'll learn about the golden triangle composition technique. This technique is all about the lines in the photograph and where they intersect. Pay attention and you'll be able to get great photos!

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5 Ways To Use The Golden Ratio!
5 Ways To Use The Golden Ratio!Will Patersonyoutube.com8 minutes

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The content is about the golden ratio, and how it can be used in design. The golden ratio is a proportion that is found in nature and the universe, and can be used to create more balanced and symmetrical designs.

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The Golden Ratio Vs  The Rule of Thirds |||The Initiative Pro filmmaking || FILMMAKING||
The Golden Ratio Vs The Rule of Thirds |||The Initiative Pro filmmaking || FILMMAKING||Film Nirmatayoutube.com2 minutes

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The content is about the rule of thirds and the golden ratio. The rule of thirds is about placing your subject along the lines or at the intersecting points. The golden ratio is about lining up your subject or point of interest from the very center of the spiral.