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In this step you'll learn about composition rules in photography. This includes the rule of thirds, center composition, leading lines, symmetry, simplifying the frame, using perspective, and leaving space in front of the subject. The rule of thirds divides the frame into three parts and helps to place the subject correctly. Center composition balances the left and right, or top and bottom, to place the main subject in the center. Leading lines can be straight, diagonal, or curved and lead your eye to the subject. Symmetry adds an equal weight to both sides of the image. Simplifying the frame eliminates any distractions and draws attention to the subject. Using perspective can add depth to your images. Lastly, leaving space in front of the subject can make the photograph look more cinematic.