People Are More Drawn to Meaning in Photos Than Parts That Pop Out: Study

Rule of thirds, golden ratio and leading lines are thought to be great composition ratios to get people to look at the main subject of your image. But does research support this supposition?

People’s eyes are more attracted to areas of photos that have more “meaning” than areas that “stick out.” That’s according to a newly published study by a

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