Fibonacci Ratio for cropping


http://www.digital-photography-school.com/divine-composition-with-fibonaccis-ratio-the-rule-of-thirds-on-steroids

This is a fair article on the use of the fibonacci crop screen. What you have to remember when you read this thing is that the crop can be turned around in all quadrants, and the crop can be portrait or landscape…in Lightroom it is easy to visualize when you are cropping “what ifs” to compose your crop, and if you don’t like it just recrop (since it is non-destructive until you output file to photoshop, export to jpg or tif.

Might be interesting to consider this “in camera”….a digital overlay maybe?

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