Composition is a matter of learning and it’s not just something connected to the rule of thirds.
In photography a lot of things contribute to get the right composition.
The point is that there’s no one in this world that can judge you about composition, about the way your eyes see the world around.
Because composition is the “good” or “right” seen by our own personal point of view.
What our eyes see and what they like without any explanation.
What our eyes call it “ok” looking at a panorama or a model, we know it’s gonna be ok, because the composition of what we have in front of our eyes is just ok.
You can learn a lot about composition, and I suggest everybody to read the most about this matter that is much more important than the camera you use to take pictures.
Then, if you are like me, I wanted to learn the most about this matter but I still listen to myself and what my eyes see to determine if a composition is good or not.
I know it’s crazy, 30 years ago when I started to take pictures I didn’t even know what a rule of third was but I knew what I liked in a picture or a paint and it worked every single time for 30 years.
Believe it or not it’s still the same, I’m still buying books about photography but I trust my point of view over any limit.
I just know that my eyes will always select what is worth it and what is not.
Someone told me that this is called “sixth sense”.