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The Golden Ratio: a designer's guide.  The Golden Ratio is a beautifully simple piece of mathematical theory that can help make your designs feel well proportioned and pleasing on the eye. We explain how to use it.

The Golden Ratio: a designer's guide. The Golden Ratio is a beautifully simple piece of mathematical theory that can help make your designs feel well proportioned and pleasing on the eye. We explain how to use it.

This website describes the different between The Golden Section The Golden String and Fibonacci Numbers. These all essentially come together to form the same Golden Ratio but help me understand the breakdown of it all and why its so important.

This website describes the different between The Golden Section The Golden String and Fibonacci Numbers. These all essentially come together to form the same Golden Ratio but help me understand the breakdown of it all and why its so important.

collage-would be good to use with black and white picture of student face

collage-would be good to use with black and white picture of student face

Learn the rules of composition and discover a guide to strongest positioning of your main subject within the frame for creating harmonious and interesting images.

Learn the rules of composition and discover a guide to strongest positioning of your main subject within the frame for creating harmonious and interesting images.

Golden Rectangle: The overlay shows the composition of the picture - first rectangle is the sky, next the beach, then the girl.

Golden Rectangle: The overlay shows the composition of the picture - first rectangle is the sky, next the beach, then the girl.

painting composition rules in abstract - Google Search

painting composition rules in abstract - Google Search

The Lazy Rule of Thirds | Jake Garn Photography

The Lazy Rule of Thirds | Jake Garn Photography

The Portrait Photographer: Top 5 Poses for High School Seniors

The Portrait Photographer: Top 5 Poses for High School Seniors

Before you ask, I do know that the magic ratio violates normal printing ratio standards, but just try it and see. But there’s more to it than that. Next, let’s take a rectangle which obeys the magic ratio, and draw a line from one corner to the opposite adjacent corner. Now draw two different lines, from each of the remaining corners, at 45 degrees until the intersect the other diagonal. This will create two “hotspots”

Before you ask, I do know that the magic ratio violates normal printing ratio standards, but just try it and see. But there’s more to it than that. Next, let’s take a rectangle which obeys the magic ratio, and draw a line from one corner to the opposite adjacent corner. Now draw two different lines, from each of the remaining corners, at 45 degrees until the intersect the other diagonal. This will create two “hotspots”