In traditional paintings, the golden ratio is popular to use. They are all have something in common, which is the method to structure the composition. Many artists use the technique so-called the golden ratio to make sure the form is perfect. During the renaissance period, Leonardo Da Vinci used the proportions set forth by the golden ratio to construct his masterpieces.
There are many different ways to make a golden ratio diagram, but it has to follow the magic number with a 1: 1.61 ratio. The most golden ratio can be illustrated as a larger rectangle consisting of a square (with side equal in length to the shortest length of the rectangle) and a small rectangle. They are different methods in making the golden ratio, or sometimes it can also use Matrix Geometry.
The Matrix geometry divided the images into equal half; each half has a similar composition. They can be different color schemes, but the whole images can eventually feel compelling to both half — the example in the image above.