The Golden Ratio Vs The Rule of Thirds |||The Initiative Pro filmmaking || FILMMAKING||

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This video is about composition and two framing options: the rule of thirds and the golden ratio. The rule of thirds is a grid with two horizontal and two vertical lines making nine equal parts. The golden ratio comes from the Fibonacci sequence and is used to line up the subject or point of interest from the center of the spiral. Both options are used in photography and filmmaking, with the golden ratio often used for landscapes and the rule of thirds for dialogue scenes.