A few posts back I put up pictures that I normally ignore and don’t wish to edit only because I know my most of my clients are more traditional. My clients sometimes wonder why he/she/they were off-centered in a picture. I personally follow the “thirds” rule in composition but I know there any some clients who would like the subject right smack dab in the middle. I live my life so to speak off-centered so I have to wonder if that’s why I like some photos that are. A typical off-centered photo would be when the subject is not quite in the middle of the picture but is still in the center of some sorts and this is acceptable for most…but the ones that grab my attention and love (I think that’s the artistic part of me). Here is one picture that I find pleasing to look at and would probably frame this because it’s more artistically done and not so “portrait” but my twin sister (this is her daughter) would probably prefer a more traditional picture and composition to frame.