In photography it is common practice to use the rule of thirds in our compositions. Basically the rule of third says: Avoid placing your subject in the middle of the frame. Place it on the side, top, or bottom third instead. As a result of this, symmetrical compositions are often avoided and are thought of as unsophisticated and simple.
With Symmetry, the Rule of Thirds is totally avoided. When you photograph a symmetrical subject, it’s very important that the camera be positioned dead-center to the subject. If you are just one or two feet off from this central point, the picture will appear to be skewed.
Your image should be balanced, with both L and R sides of the photo almost a mirror image of the other
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