What is the Golden Ratio? An introduction to composition.
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The golden ratio has been used in art and architecture for centuries. It is a ratio of 1 to 1.618, represented by the Greek letter Phi. A golden rectangle is a rectangle with this ratio, and a golden spiral is created by joining the corners of the squares. Understanding the golden ratio can allow you to consciously finesse your compositions even more.
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