Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds 4

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My last entry to this challenge – a sweet little Turkish butterfly!

That’s All!

See Ya xx

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds 3

So here are my final ‘Rule of Thirds’ photos…

Or I could say my final bonkeh! (Hee hee!)

A rather lovely marble white butterfly on  knapweed…I have only just found out this pretty flower is a knapweed too!

A rather lovely marble white butterfly on knapweed…I have only just found out this pretty flower is a knapweed too!

A shield bug with beautiful gold on his back trying to find his way across a nearly bald dandelion!

A shield bug with beautiful gold on his back trying to find his way across a nearly bald dandelion!

Meadow pippit!

Meadow pippit!

That’s All!

See Ya xx

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds 2

So…here’s the challenge:

This week, compose your subject off-center, obeying the Rule of Thirds.The blurred area behind your focal point is referred to as bokeh!

Yesssssir! Here we are……

First photo with a bokeh….

A large Skipper

A large Skipper

 

Young Goldfinch

Young Goldfinch

 

Saucy Damselflies!

Saucy Damselflies!

That completes my today’s bonkeh! (Find explanation of ‘Bonkeh’ at the bottom of yesterday’s post!)

That’s All!

See Ya xx

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds

So…to explain….

The Rule of Thirds is a photography concept that puts the subject of the photograph off-center, which usually results in blank space in the rest of the image. If you focus closely on your subject and use a wide aperture, your photograph’s background will also be beautifully blurred in that blank space. The blurred area behind your focal point is referred to as bokeh, and when executed well, it adds depth and artistry to an otherwise simplistic photograph.

First….

Chalkhill Blue Boy!

Chalkhill Blue Boy!

Second…..

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Third…..

Chaffinch and a doomed caterpillar!

Chaffinch and a doomed caterpillar!

There is another part to the rule of thirds and that is…..

The Rule of Thirds is also a photography concept in which three photos are shown together and never alone! This group of three is referred to as bonkeh or bonkehs if there are several groups of three photos. The photographers can themselves claim to be bonkehs when using this technique!

You live and learn eh!

For other bokehs and bonkehs visit here!

That’s All!

See Ya xx