Complete the following:
Students will be able to take a photo using their smartphones, compose it with the Rule of Thirds, then defend their photographic compositions through a visual explanation.
The Rule of Thirds divides a photo into 9 equal parts, with two horizontal and two vertical lines. The four points where the lines intersect are the best spots to position the main elements of the photo. Using the Rule of Thirds helps create a more balanced, aesthetically pleasing photo.
A: Take a photo using the Rule of Thirds with your smartphone. B: Explain your photo by drawing the Rule of Thirds and labeling the main elements of the photo in Curipod.