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Every email, every nice comment, all of the support…it’s much appreciated!
You all keep this site going, and I can’t thank you enough!

Thank you, Tavis! I am so excited about the content you’ve put together. And haven’t even looked at the book yet! I’m sure you understand that feeling of Ah Ha!!!! I’ve been looking at youtube videos and checking my email all day for this. I feel like its sort of a “missing link.



Hey Tavis, Thanks for sending that over. Awesome blog, you have opened my eyes to a whole new world of composition. I’m a photographer and I’ve never liked the rule of thirds, I always thought it created boring images …..I’ve been looking for new info on composition, but never really found anything worthwhile. Going to start implementing the grids into my workflow straight away!!!

Clinton Lofthouse


This is really a gold mine of information… Thank you so much! I am sure to be posting more across all of these post. I have been trying to understand composition for some time now, for photography, Graphic Design and Fine Art.

Russell Spears


Dear Tavis, there are no any particular reason for this letter, just want to let you know that your site is the best educational site in the Art of Photography in www. Great job, thank you for it.

With best regards,
Boris Kaminer


Hi Tavis, as you you know I’m a loyal user of your design and compositing series. As a graphic designer and illustrator I came late to photography (6 years ago) and was shocked that almost none was using compositing rules, except The Rule of Third, or they worked so hard that their images would fit into a Fibonacci coil … but almost with the lost of an statement in the pictures.

I’m teaching a lot of design and compositing for photographers and of course of mention your method. Hope it will bring you some additional sales or subscriptions. 

When i started to work with your method I never thought that I could internalize that into my pictures … but after a while it worked like riding a bicycle or driving a car, without thinking too much about it. I often do checks of my work and every time it worked out well I have a big smile on my face.

Thanks a lot for all your work.

All the best,
Martin Durr