So for Lesson #1 over on morgueFile there are 2 assignments.
The first is to take some abstract photos using some of the basic composition rules outlined: getting in close, the rule of thirds, triangles, frame within a frame, leading lines and a few others.
So here are some pictures I have taken recently trying to implement my new found knowledge.
So this is a close up of a fence with another fence behind it. I think most of the lines fall on the "thirds" of the frame.
Here's a landscape shot where I tried to place the bottom of the building along the "rule of thirds" horizon line.
Here's my favorite picture so far. I think that the principle of "leading lines" is used here and I tried to place the center of the wagon wheel at an intersection of the" rule of thirds".
Well that's all for now!