3. Know the Rule of Thirds
The so-called rule of thirds is an often-used guideline, not just in photography, but also in paintings, designs, and films. The instruction suggests that an image is divided into nine equal parts by two equally spaced horizontal lines and two evenly spaced vertical lines.
As such, the rule suggests the best place to put the subject of an image isn’t in the center, but slightly off to the side. The result is natural looking and well-balanced photos.
4. Keep The Interest
In landscape photography, it’s important to grab someone’s attention by making sure supporting elements draw the focus back towards to the main subject. One way to do this is by using contrasting which can create visual tensions.