We continued our shoot on Sugar Cane Road and it was so picturesque I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming. We had blue skies, plenty of wind, great cloud cover, and sunlight piercing through the clouds to give me all the ingredients to create the images and art that I wanted.
One of the most important things when shooting is creating the composition for your shot. I spend the most deciding where to shoot and what to shoot. I had a bride recently say about me, "Jason finds the shot he wants, and then puts you in it." I think that's key so you don't get distracted with the beauty of the bride and forget the surrounding area.
As you can see with the shots below there are vanishing points, highlights, lowlights, etc. But I wanted to focus on the rule of thirds being applied here. The rule of thirds is simple in that you cut the picture into three parts and make sure each is represented within your image. In the images below the three parts would be the sky, sugar cane, and the road....like three significant parts to your picture in one image. This makes for much better images...much more interesting and more beautiful. Let me know if you have any questions and I hope you enjoy!