There’s something special about threes in art; the Rule of Thirds is obviously a good example of the prominent role of three in artistic composition. Notably, elements in groups of three can also strengthen an image’s composition – perhaps because many people unconsciously impart religious and/or cultural significance to such a grouping. Three items together creates a pleasing sense of balance and repetition.

This time the mission was to compose an image comprised of some sort of trio-based grouping. Participants could seek out a preexisting group of three or create it themselves.

Here’s some of the resulting photos – fabulous!

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Kat

Learn Adobe Photoshop Lightroom workshops beginner digital photography

Holly Thompson

Learn Adobe Photoshop Lightroom workshops beginner digital photography

Lisa Sheehan

Learn Adobe Photoshop Lightroom workshops beginner digital photography

Jenn Guthrie

Learn Adobe Photoshop Lightroom workshops beginner digital photography

Breeze

What’s the best way to improve your photography? Shoot thoughtfully and frequently! Try new things and embrace creative and technical challenges. Every month, Sarah Wilkerson posts a new tutorial and challenges our members to join in a new Creativity Exercise on the Clickin Moms photography forum. At the conclusion of the exercise, we select Editors’ Choice images from among the exercise submissions and share them here with you on the blog. Congratulations to the ladies whose photographs included in the exercise above were selected as this month’s Editors’ Choices, and thank you to everyone who participated in the exercise!

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