I'm struggling with composition, aesthically so. Maybe this is a plea for some of our more accomplished bretheren to point me down the path of aesthetic righteousness. I feel I'm starting to get a handle on the craft side of this art, but good composition continually alludes me. I'm not a trained artist by any means. I've always been immersed in the technical side of things. I don't have time nor patience to fool around with classes, even though there is a state university nearby with an art department. Besides, I'm a 50 years old and a vetereran who probably wouldn't mesh too well with art school students or professors (maybe this is a bad assumption). So, is there a good, concise book I can read? Understand this whole subject is subjective, but it seems to me there's something more to good graphical arrangement than the rule of thirds.