1. Photograph a Rule of Odds composition of something inside your home or in your backyard.
2. Submit up to 3 photo's by Friday, November 6, 2020 at 11:59PM.
The Rule of Odds goes back long before photographers discovered it. It is an art concept dating back to the earliest painters.
The rule states that artwork is more visually appealing when there are an odd number of objects.
Rule of Odds is highly effective at the number 3. As the odd number increases, the effect diminishes, and can even have a negative impact.
The Rule of Odds works, because it keeps the eyes moving across the composition. If there is an even number of subjects in the composition, the brain tends to pair them up and stop moving.