"Deer's" Lookin' At You, Kid - Deb DeJong
Try not to make the mistake of always centering your subject in the frame. Photos are more pleasing to the eye if the subject is not centered. Centering is acceptable, however, if the subject is a person looking directly at the camera or a close-up of a flower, bug, or other object.

This page is where you can post your photos that demonstrate this important composition rule. Feel free to put as many photos on the page as you'd like. Just be sure your name is in the caption so you can get the credit for it. If you are unsure about how to add a photo or a caption, please refer to corresponding file on the "handouts" page.