TGS Composition Rules
There are “rules” in photography that professional photographers use to create interesting and appealing images. But these are not designed to crush your creativity nor do they have to be followed. Rather, you can consider them as guides, meaningful tried and tested guidelines that usually improve your images.
Leading lines is one such composition tool which helps draw a viewer’s attention to the lines that lead directly to the main subject of the photograph.
For above image… https://expertphotography.com/how-to-use-leading-lines-to-improve-your-composition/
Rule Of Thirds
The rule of thirds is a compositional guideline that breaks an image down into thirds (both horizontally and vertically) so you have nine pieces and four gridlines. According to the rule, by positioning key elements along the gridlines, you’ll end up with better compositions.
Here is a visualization of the rule of thirds: