One of the many general guidelines of photography, is that the human eye is interested in looking for geometrical figures in an image. Thus, photographers are always on the lookout for squares, triangles, rectangles, circles and so forth when they are getting ready to take a shot. Geometry is a fundamental value in photography composition.
The following pictures depict my intention of following this fundamental rule of composition. Was I successful or not, will depend on your judgement, my dear readers.
“Composition is a way of guiding the viewer’s eye towards the most important elements of your work, sometimes – in a very specific order. A good composition can help make a masterpiece even out of the dullest objects and subjects in the plainest of environments. On the other hand, a bad composition can ruin a photograph completely, despite how interesting the subject may be. A poorly judged composition is also not something you can usually fix in post-processing, unlike simple and common exposure or white balance errors. Cropping can sometimes save an image, but only when tighter framing and removal of certain portions of the image is the correct solution. That is why giving your choice of composition plenty of thought before capturing an image is a step of utmost importance.”—Photography Life.com