As part of this weeks Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge, I have enclosed seven photos where the focal point of the photograph is at the ‘Centrepoint‘ of the image, and thus breaking the rule of thirds. The three flower photographs, because of their circular nature, make placing them at the centre an obvious choice.
The three insect photographs work fine, because there is nothing else of interest in the photo. If the insects were flying, they generally look better slightly off centre.
In the final photograph, the small baby fern growing between the wooden logs of the kids climbing frame is the focal point of the photo, and from the shape of the play frame, it’s sensible to have it at the centre.