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The Rule of Thirds was first written down by John Thomas Smith in 1797. In his book Remarks on Rural Scenery, Smith quotes a 1783 work by Sir Joshua ...

The Rule of Thirds was first written down by John Thomas Smith in 1797. In his book Remarks on Rural Scenery, Smith quotes a 1783 work by Sir Joshua ...

The Rule of Thirds was first written down by John Thomas Smith in 1797. In his book Remarks on Rural Scenery, Smith quotes a 1783 work by Sir Joshua ...

The Rule of Thirds was first written down by John Thomas Smith in 1797. In his book Remarks on Rural Scenery, Smith quotes a 1783 work by Sir Joshua ...

Geometrical Substantiation of Phi, the Golden Ratio and the Baroque of Nature, Architecture, Design and Engineering

Geometrical Substantiation of Phi, the Golden Ratio and the Baroque of Nature, Architecture, Design and Engineering

The Rule of Thirds was first written down by John Thomas Smith in 1797. In his book Remarks on Rural Scenery, Smith quotes a 1783 work by Sir Joshua ...

The golden spiral is an extrapolation of the golden ratio and is explained in the wikipedia article. I'm using a diagram of the golden spiral as as an icon ...

Geometrical Substantiation of Phi, the Golden Ratio and the Baroque of Nature, Architecture, Design and Engineering

As with the rule of thirds, we use the lines (of the triangles in this case) to help us position the various elements in the scene.

... this test many times over the past decade and usually 75% will pick A, B, and B. If you picked these, you picked the shapes which have the Golden Ratio.

Where people draw lines. Average images composed of 107 drawings show where artists commonly drew lines in our study.

Click on the image and read through it. Note how the illustrations incorporate more than just one compositional device. Here are some questions I'd like to ...

Live Transmission, movement of the hands of Claus-Christian Carbon during his opening remarks, 25.8.2017. By Morgan O'Hara, 2017.

Figure 3: A Fibonacci spiral which approximates the golden spiral, using Fibonacci sequence square sizes up to 34 (Wikipedia)

If you take a look back through some of your photos, you'll probably realise that a lot of them contain triangles. Whether you've used them to their ...