Tricia Booker Photography

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds




I’ve always enjoyed playing with negative or empty space in my photography, so the Rule of Thirds is one of my favorite compositional tools. I actually set up my cameras to have the Rule of Thirds grid on the screen just because I do find myself frequently thinking that way.

While I was in Florida last week I spent a day out playing and photographing the competitors for fun and not shooting strictly for editorial. Here, I stood on a bridge above the riders as they entered and exited the show ring underneath me. The early morning shadows made for some fun compositions, too.

I was happy to see that today’s Weekly Photo Challenge was Rule of Thirds, because it gave me another reason to spend some time with the images from the horse show. I had a busy week with a magazine deadline that concluded yesterday, so I was finally able to actually check out the 3,000+ photos in my files. I have a lot more post-processing ahead of me, but it will be fun!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Drawn In

Art • Nature • Exploration


herzlich willkommen auf meinem fotoblog

Drawing Covert

Exhibitions, tours, research, programs, events, on a unique collection of books, archives, paintings, sculpture and more.

a coffee break with mike

unwind from the grind

Brian J Zwit

Photographer, Educator, and Dingo's Buddy

This, that and the other thing

Looking at life through writing and photography


Fine art photography

A (Mostly) Solo Female Exploring the World

Valérie Jardin's Blog

Chasing Light ~ Telling Stories

The Explorographer

I take big trips, share them with the world so you can come along from your computer or plan your own trip through my experience. I teach as well.

%d bloggers like this: