The Golden Triangle–a Complex Rule with Great Results

By Matthew Bamberg / Aug 22, 2011

The Golden Triangle is a photography rule that few people have heard of. It’s quite complex. To use it, you have to follow quite a few steps in Photoshop.

I tried it, and the results were nothing less than beautiful. It works better than the Rule of Thirds.

You can view more about how to follow these Photoshop steps for the Golden Triangle at photographytips.net.

About the author

Matthew Bamberg

Matthew Bamberg has provided photographs and written articles for various Southern California newspapers and magazines, including The Desert Sun and The Press-Enterprise. More recently, Matt has been teaching at UC Riverside while also authoring several books like the Quick and Easy Secrets book series (Cengage), Killer Photos with Your iPhone (with Kris Krug and Greg Ketchum, Cengage), the 50 Greatest Photo Opportunities in San Francisco (Cengage) and Digital Art Photography For Dummies (Wiley).