Blanztarrbulthopercep on1999 1 21512 ruleofthirds

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 Suppose
you
were
making
a
brochure
and
you
tried
to
give
your
 customers
the
best
possible
impression
of
the
objects
shown
on
the
 screen.

Which
views
would
you
choose?
 “What
object
a[ributes
determine
canonical
views?”
Blanz,
Tarr,
&
Bulthoff,
Percep-on
1999
 •  •  •  •  Salience
and
significance
of
the
features
 Stability
of
viewpoint
to
small
transforma-ons
 Minimize
number
of
occluded
features
 Familiarity,
Func-onality,
Aesthe-c
criteria
 “What
object
a[ributes
determine
canonical
views?”
Blanz,
Tarr,
&
Bulthoff,
Percep-on
1999
 1
 2/15/12
 Rule
of
Thirds
 h[p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds
 –  align
subject
with
guide
lines
and
intersec-on
points,
 discourage
placement
of
the
subject
at
the
center
 –  placing
the
horizon
on
the
top
or
bo[om
line,
 avoid
dividing
picture
in
half
 without...
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