Welcome back to the 365 Project with Picaboo! This photographic project led by Picaboo and Stephanie Glover is a year-long journey with the goal of getting you off automatic and turning you into a better photographer. If you’re new to The 365 project, welcome! To learn more or about the project or review some of our past photography tutorials, check out this post.


This week we talked about the Rule of Thirds and how this simple rule can turn an average photograph into a compelling one. As always, you guys stepped up to the challenge and did an awesome job following the rules. Here are some of our favorite photographs from this week. If you’re new to this project, here’s how we pick our favorites. Throughout the week, our fans post their shots on our Facebook wall. Then, we pick some of our favorites and share them in a blog post each Friday. Wanna join us? Post your pictures to our Facebook wall. It’s that easy!

Rule of Thirds1 Anne Jones | 2 Pamela Villanova | 3 Linda Kincaid | 4 Lynn Vallieres

Rule of Thirds5 Barbara Berg | 6 Kelly Bigley | 7 Susan Padilla | 8 Lisa Jolly

Rule of Thirds9 Kelly Roen | 10 Ami Chatham | 11 Diana Uyder | 12 Whitney Boring

Rule of Thirds13 Karen Hamburger | 14 Becky Kiesel | 15 Sarah Cannon | 16 Maggie Miller

Rule of Thirds17 Sue Gilpin | 18 Doris Quigley | 19 Jann Kostka | 20 Heather Everson

Rule of Thirds21 Renee Brown | 22 Stephanie Storkey | 23 Terri Sims | 24 Debbie Marker

Rule of Thirds25 Jenny Arroyo | 26 Lynne Withrow | 27 Marsha Mood | 28 Casey Weber

Rule of Thirds29 Shannon Shreever | 30 Christine Keenan | 31 Susan Smith | 32 Lois Frost

Rule of Thirds33 Michael McKenna | 34 Wendy Martelle | 35 Amy Powter | 36 Mary Richards

Rule of Thirds37 Sue Beresford | 38 Barb Tattum | 39 Chris Blashill | 40 Vivian Clibon

Rule of Thirds41 Julie Richter | 42 Judy Macedo | 43 Dennis Browne | 44 Kristie Dickerson

Which picture is your favorite? 

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow to check out next week’s challenge! Also, we’re interested to know how you’re creating your Picaboo 365 Project Book. What layouts are you using? Mind sharing with us? We’d love to include suggestions for a future blog post. If you started your book, share a link with us at 365@picaboo.com. And don’t forget, if you missed a week, that’s no big deal. You can join anytime!

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