The Guide to Framing Your Video
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The Rule of Thirds is a basic framework that you need to know about framing. It involves dividing a frame into nine boxes by drawing four lines - two horizontal and two vertical. Points of interest should be placed at the intersection of the lines, while full lines can be used to place other important objects. This concept can be applied to different focal lengths, camera angles, and even vertical frames for social media. Following the Rule of Thirds will help to improve the composition of your videos and make them more visually appealing."
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