It can be very difficult for a photographer, both inexperienced and professional, to capture an enthralling eye-catching image. Various factors can affect a picture and the mood that it is meant to reflect, such as correct lighting, the weather, focal style, colour manipulation and composition.
Deciding where to position images in photographs can cause confusion. For example although it is a safe option to place the main focal image in the centre of the photograph it can sometimes be too dominating and not pleasing to the eye.
There is a well known photographic rule that many photographers and painters use, called the 'rule of thirds', which can be applied to many different various subjects and as a basic rule it makes the photograph more inte