Originally Posted by oneintheory
you should research the rule of thirds. i, for one, can't stand the off-kilt horizon shot, but i suppose that's all taste. however, you're supposed to have plenty of leading space in front of your subject. you want it to be entering the frame. having it 'exit' the frame is generally considered to be compositionally weak.
Yeah, I think you're the one who mentioned before about not "exiting" the frame. I don't know why, I just find that shot visually appealing. Maybe it's because I use those shots on my laptop screen and I sort of like the way it looks like the car is coming out of my screen. Anyway, I tried to straighten out the off-kilt horizon shot. I actually like it. Thank for the tips.