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People in Western cultures read from left to right. One compositional trick, then, is to place the focal point of your photo on the left cross points. This exploits a viewer’s natural tendency to scan an image from left to right, enabling him to immediately hone in one your photo’s area of interest.
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Adapted from Composition Photo Workshop by Blue Fier (Wiley, 2007, $30)_

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