Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Spiral

3D-Visualisation: Alex Rych
Project: The Journey Chapter II
Client: Concept

One of the fail-safe options for creating a composition is using the golden ratio method. It is particularly useful when there are difficulties in choosing a perspective, or when it’s necessary to recheck the ease of perception of an image.

This often occurs in projects where the client asks to position the camera at a specific angle, and somehow, the perspective from that point doesn’t seem to "fit". The Fibonacci Spiral — a method of constructing the golden ratio, can help visually form the composition’s anchor points, which will be intuitively perceived well by the eye.

In today’s work, a rather complex and controversial positioning of objects has been chosen (a horizontal object in a vertical frame). However, the picture doesn’t cause dissonance. The golden ratio scheme shows why.
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