The "Rule of Thirds" has long been praised as the most aesthetically pleasing guideline when composing an image. Let's look beyond the rule of thirds, and explore some simple geometric patterns that may help you deviate from this age old pattern.
Fibonacci, Golden Ratio, Phi and Divine Proportion. Adjacent numbers quickly approach a constant ratio equal to the "golden ratio" ϕ (approximately Worth noting: ϕxϕ = ϕ + 1 and = ϕ - 1 Also note floral spiral pattern: + = and = ϕ ≅
the differences between The Golden Section, The Golden String, and Fibonacci Numbers. These all essentially come together to form the same Golden Ratio but helps understand the breakdown of it all and why its so important.