A POINT CANNOT BE MEASURED
IT HAS NO LENGTH, WIDTH OR HEIGHT.
IT HAS NO MOVEMENT.
WHEN IT IS CENTRED IT IS STABLE. THE MIND IS AT REST.
WHEN IT IS OFF CENTRE THERE IS A DIFFERENT DYNAMIC OCCURRING. THE BRAIN WANTS TO 'EVEN' UP THE AREA IN SOME WAY.
A SMALL ROUND WINDOW IN THE CORNER OF A WALL OR A PAINTING OFF CENTRE, WILL DRAW ATTENTION TO ONE SIDE OF THE ENVIRONMENT.
Leonie has photographed a Sydney tunnel.
The first image has a bright orange light in the right top corner. The eye immediately goes to this part of the image.
If this is cropped off, the image now focus on the centre where all the lines converge.
BELOW ARE EXAMPLES OF IMAGES WITH AN OFF-CENTRE FOCUS