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Photo of the Week - Wrought Iron and Sego Palm - Savannah, GA  October 7th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful still life photograph and discusses the following: Metadata - IR converted Nikon D200, 45mm EFL, ISO 200, f8.0@ 1/60th - shooting in black and white to become a... [Read More]
Photo of the Week - Elephant in the Bush - Botswana, Afric  September 9th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful wildlife/landscape photograph and discusses the following: - the power of black and white in scenes with complicated light and a dense field of subjects - the... [Read More]
Photo of the Week - Boat Wreck on the Beach - Near Los Angeles, CA  September 4th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful beachscape photograph and discusses the following: - the power of getting very close when shooting with super wide focal lengths - cutting down on the negative... [Read More]
Photo of the Week - Bleeding Heart in bloom - Nature Preserve, Canada  August 19th, 2011

"James from Canada" by Craig Tanner" by Craig Tanner
In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a close up photograph of Bleeding Heart and discusses the following: - shallow depth of field - formal symmetry ... [Read More]
Photo of the Week - Washington State Ferry - Port Townsend, WA  August 12th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful architectural photograph and discusses the following: - using your live view feature to do a better job of seeing photographic possibilities - simplicity of... [Read More]
Photo of the Week - Fort Casey State Park - Coupeville, WA  August 8th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a graphic and very environment dominant photograph of a person in the landscape discusses the following: - working in black and white as a way to make you practice as a visual... [Read More]
Andry from the U.K.  July 15th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful portrait and discusses the following: - black and white and texture as an element of design - quality of light - high to low camera position - shallow... [Read More]
Mark from Pennsylvania  July 8th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful fireworks photographand discusses the following: - good exposure starting point for fireworks - including the setting and spectators in the shot to create more... [Read More]
Ed from Florida  July 5th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful butterfly photograph and discusses the following: - focal length, working distance, and perspective - how value and DOF are helping to simplify the image -... [Read More]
Bob from Florida  June 27th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful diptych photograph and discusses the following: - black and white and the power of expression and gesture - quality of light, form and texture - high to low... [Read More]
Eric from New York  June 20th, 2011

In part one of this week's two part Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful portrait and discusses the following: - the backstory, concept and process of the shoot - getting to know you portrait subject first -... [Read More]
Jenny from Canada  June 10th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful motion blurred photograph and discusses the following: - shutter speeds for creating a similar mix of static with implied motion - powerful mix of graphic... [Read More]
Peter from California  June 3rd, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful triptych photograph and discusses the following: - visual storytelling - subject placement and frame proportion - the design significance of the major... [Read More]
Peter from Montana  May 27th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful action photograph and discusses the following: - working with harsh light - the unifying power of rhythm - frames per second and covering action by shooting as... [Read More]
Daniele from Italy  May 20th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful architectural photograph and discusses the following: - working in harsh light and understanding that light is relative to subject matter - the power of the... [Read More]
Mike from Florida  May 16th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - technique and image quality - the design principle of rhythm - quality and direction of light - the RGB... [Read More]
Allen from California  May 13th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful environment dominant photograph of a surfer and discusses the following: - classical definition of silhouette - achieving a classical silhouette - technique... [Read More]
Marc from California  April 22nd, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - the square crop and the formal symmetries in the image - spokes on the wheel design - richness of contrast... [Read More]
Gail from Illinois  April 15th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful portrait recently created on The Street Portraiture Workshop and discusses the following: - classic focal lengths for head and shoulders portraits - putting the... [Read More]
Albert from Texas  April 8th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful impromptu portrait and discusses the following: - the power of the square crop - extraordinary camera position - implied movement and connection between the... [Read More]
Michael from Germany  April 1st, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - important filters for traditional scenic landscape photography - subject placement relative to framing... [Read More]
Bill from Virginia  March 4th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful landscape photograph recently created on the 2011 Jekyll Island Landscape Workshop and discusses the following: - building wide angle landscape photographs one... [Read More]
Carl from Oklahoma  March 2nd, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful landscape photograph and a mini portfolio of images that were all recently created on the 2011 Jekyll Island Landscape Workshop discusses the following: - rhythm... [Read More]
Cindy from California  February 17th, 2011

In today's Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful portrait of an Egret and discusses the following: - the design principle of emphasis - the design principle of dynamic proportion - harmony of color and dynamic proportion - The design... [Read More]
Clive from the UK  February 11th, 2011

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful narrative landscape photograph and discusses the following: - becoming a visual storyteller - honoring the creative process - color grounded in reality -... [Read More]
Marian from the Netherlands  February 4th, 2011

This week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique is a two part video. In part one Craig looks at a stunning landscape photograph and discusses lens choice and perspective.... [Read More]
Dave from California  January 28th, 2011

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - dynamic range and the reverse split neutral density filter - depth of field in a shot where the foreground... [Read More]
Deborah from Virginia  January 21st, 2011

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful environment dominant portrait of a squirrel and discusses the following: - the design principles of repetition and dynamic proportion - shallow depth of... [Read More]
Norman from California  January 14th, 2011

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - stopped and implied motion - design principle of dynamic proportion - complimentary movement of color... [Read More]
Kalyan from India  January 7th, 2011

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful group portrait and discusses the following: - putting a powerful twist on the extremely mature concept of the photographic silhouette - how details like edge... [Read More]
Kel from Georgia  December 31st, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful architectural interior and discusses the following: - naturalistic HDR processing - quality of light and image depth - composition choices for... [Read More]
John from Washington  December 24th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful motion abstraction of lights and discusses the following: - Happy Holidays! - design elements – color, space, shape, form, line, texture, light / value vs. design... [Read More]
Roland  December 17th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful abstraction of an architectural interior and discusses the following: - working with small and simple cameras to help open us up to more creative possibilities -... [Read More]
Anil  December 10th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful partially abstracted landscape and discusses the following : - the ways the image has been abstracted – monochrome, shooting a part of the subject that emphasizes... [Read More]
Arthur  December 3rd, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful photographic diptych and discusses the following: - the inspiration and learning potential of our workshop portfolio assignment - defining the concept of diptych... [Read More]
Rosemary  November 26th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - becoming more conscious of your technique - beliefs that connect to when we allow ourselves to be... [Read More]
Wes  November 12th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful still life photograph discusses the following:   - the creative power of concept and portfolio   - the Lensbaby as an awesome selective focus tool... [Read More]
Bob  October 29th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful photograph of a prickly pear cactus and discusses the following: - shallow depth of field - the hues of the color wheel - how suggesting archetypes in... [Read More]
Jill  October 15th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful “figures in a landscape” photograph and discusses the following: - technical choices for image quality - shooting in a group on a workshop - going with the... [Read More]
Chuck  October 8th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful partially abstracted landscape and discusses the following : - using subtle camera movement against a staic subject to create partial motion blurred... [Read More]
Dave from Colorado  September 17th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful photograph of the nighttime sky and discusses the following : - variation of color and the color wheel - leading line and opposing implied energies - including... [Read More]
Sam from Pennsylvania  September 10th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful abstraction of flowers and discusses the following: - complimentary color - balancing red as a design idea - creating a visual sea level and color depth -... [Read More]
Peter from California  September 3rd, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful action shot and discusses the following: - the importance of frames per second as a camera body feature in capturing action - stopped and implied motion -... [Read More]
Jane from Texas  August 27th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - composing within a rich tapestry or dense field of information - using black and white or monochrome to... [Read More]
Cam from California  August 20th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape architecture photograph and discusses the following: - shooting and combining two images to extend DOF and dynamic range - working with the archetypal... [Read More]
Tommy from Washington  August 13th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful abstract photograph and discusses the following: - using a slow shutter speed and camera movement to create a motion blurred abstraction - implied lyrical... [Read More]
Rose from Texas  August 6th, 2010

"Beautiful Landscape Photograph" by Craig Tanner
In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - using a mid range telephoto to create an image that has a... [Read More]
Ed from Florida  July 23rd, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful wildlife photograph and discusses the following: - ideas about color theory including, complimentary color, non- ordinary color, color triads, and color... [Read More]
John from Washington  July 16th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful portrait and discusses the following: - medium long telephoto focal lengths and the illusion of compression - a great one light set up - working with opposites... [Read More]
George from Pennsylvania  July 9th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful semi- abstract nature photograph and discusses the following: - shutter speed and implying motion with texture on the surface of flowing water - harmony of color... [Read More]
Eric from New York  July 2nd, 2010

In this episode of the Photo of the Week Daily Critique Craig looks at a strong environmental portrait with fireworks and discusses the following: - good ISO, shutter speed and aperture choices for shooting fireworks - formal symmetry -... [Read More]
Alfred from New Zealand  June 25th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - showing just a part of the scene to create a partial abstraction - simplicity of color and of subject -... [Read More]
Phillipe from Florida  June 18th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful documentary portrait and discusses the following: - a great focal length range for story dominant portraits - Working aperture, sharpness and depth of field -... [Read More]
Jackie from Florida  June 11th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful wildlife photograph and discusses the following: - the Better Beamer flash attachment - multi dimensional quality of light using backlight, sidelight, and fill... [Read More]
Deborah from Arizona  June 4th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful portrait and discusses the following: - quality and quantity of light in the eyes for traditional portraits - radical camera position - depth of field... [Read More]
Paul from Ohio  May 28th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful portrait and discuss - working with mystery as a photographic storyteller to engage the viewer’s imagination - the psychological impact of muted colors -... [Read More]
Yves from Texas  March 30th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at an intriguing portrait and discusses the following: - misdirection, twists in the story and partial abstractions - a single center of energy - the eye and the effect of... [Read More]
Ellen from Virginia  March 19th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful documentary photograph and discusses the following : - subject selection vs. composing to go beyond the subject - irony as a powerful storytelling device -... [Read More]
Dolph from Texas  March 12th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful storytelling photograph and discusses the following : - the visual power of archetypes and their place in the storytelling process - the visual power of an... [Read More]
David from Washington  March 5th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful still life photograph submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #23 - In My Backyard - and discusses the following: - creating visual unity through repetition -... [Read More]
Bill from Virginia  February 22nd, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful photograph submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #22 (The Road) and discusses the following: - the power of backlight in this composition - repetition on... [Read More]
Jackie from Florida  February 12th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - extraordinary camera position - quality of light is relative to your subject matter and your intended... [Read More]
Munawar from Illinois  February 7th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful diptych that was submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #21 and discusses the following: - the archetype of opposites - the many ways contrast creates visual... [Read More]
Ilona from Washington  January 29th, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful story related photograph and discusses the following: - working with archetypes as an element of visual design - creating layers of story - coming up with... [Read More]
David from Scotland  January 22nd, 2010

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful light painting photograph and discusses the following: - white balance and the blue and orange complimentary color pair - juxtapositions of texture and... [Read More]
"Abhi from California"  January 15th, 2010

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful architectural photograph and discusses the following: - tenacity - continuing to work the scene when the preconceived shot falls apart - building images... [Read More]
Mike from Florida  January 8th, 2010

In today's Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph that was submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #19 / Sunstar and discusses the following: - storm light as a quality of light - color theory and the power of green... [Read More]
Wes from Virginia  January 1st, 2010

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a dramatic impromptu portrait and discusses the following: - understanding the technical limits of your camera and lenses and the effect that has on your shooting technique... [Read More]
April from Illinois  December 25th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful still life portrait that was submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #18 / Shadow and discusses the following: - April’s dynamic lighting design - visual... [Read More]
TJ from Texas  December 18th, 2009

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful environment dominant portrait and discusses the following: - 35mm as a great focal length for environment dominant portraits - the role of scouting in... [Read More]
Robert from Grand Tetons  December 11th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - showing just a part of the scene to create a partial abstraction - simplicity of color and of subject -... [Read More]
Erik from Big Bend Workshop  December 4th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful self portrait and discusses the following: - a powerful way to work with hard light - keeping color simple - working with complimentary color and harmony... [Read More]
Michael from Illinois  November 27th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful photograph and discusses the following: - partially abstracting a subject - the emotional power of black and white - layered light - creating layers of... [Read More]
Catherine from Colorado  November 21st, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful architectural detail photograph created on TME’s Big Bend National National Park Workshop and discusses the following: - window light - light and shadow as a... [Read More]
Dave from Michigan  November 13th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph created on TME’s Teton National Park Workshop and discusses the following: - quality of light and backlight - the potential storytelling... [Read More]
Jan from Pennsylvania  October 6th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful macro photograph submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #17 / Shooting for the Square - and discusses the following: - the visual power of color separation -... [Read More]
Peter from Sweden  September 25th, 2009

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful images submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #16: Long Exposure and discusses the following: - the power of mystery and the partial abstraction - complimentary... [Read More]
Frank from Germany  September 18th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful architectural photograph and discusses the following: - instead of looking at photographs as either abstract or literal considering abstract as a concept that can... [Read More]
Drena from California  September 11th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful still life photograph submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #15 and discusses the following: - working with a painter’s style or a school of painting as an... [Read More]
Trey from Tennessee  September 4th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful still life photograph submitted for TME’s Community Assignment #14 and discusses the following: - using shallow depth of field to abstract a subject and tell an... [Read More]
Michael from Illinois  August 21st, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful, ethereal portrait and discusses the following: - the creative power of “mistakes” - balance, color theory, and quality of line - archetypes related to... [Read More]
Sasha from Georgia  August 16th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful self portraits and discusses the following: - quality of light in portraiture and the importance of getting light into the eyes - the power of gesture in... [Read More]
Sasha from Georgia  August 7th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - working with two pairs of complimentary color as the major scheme for color design - dimensional light and the... [Read More]
Frank from Germany  July 24th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful portrait of a horse and discusses the following: - working with unconventional cropping in portraiture to create more psychological impact with the features of the... [Read More]
Alexandra from Georgia  July 17th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful architectural photograph and discusses the following: - complimentary color of blue - orange - psychological power of yellow - orange - quality of light and... [Read More]
Lewis from Maryland  July 10th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - cultivating a belief system and mind set that encourages us to say yes to our creative process -... [Read More]
Peter from Sweden  July 3rd, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - implied motion vs. stopped motion - positive and negative space shapes - lines of implied energy... [Read More]
Abhi from California  June 26th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - positive and negative space - simplicity, repetition and working the major diagonals - looking at a... [Read More]
Jim from the UK  June 19th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful landscape photograph and discusses the following: - complimentary color pair of blue and orange - quality of line and repetition - the power of the... [Read More]
Pam from California  June 12th, 2009

In today’s Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful and dramatic wildlife photograph and discusses the following: - the theory of design and how it relates to both the shooting and editing parts of our creative process - using... [Read More]
Sam from California  June 5th, 2009

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful portrait and discusses the following : - the power of suggestion and mystery in the storytelling process - an over the shoulder camera position - shallow... [Read More]
Jorg from Pennsylvania  May 8th, 2009

In this week's Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful wildlife photograph and discusses the following: - the power of the moment - formal symmetry - repetition as a visual design element - the visual power of... [Read More]
Janet from Arkansas  April 17th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique, Craig discusses a beautiful portrait that was submitted as part of TME’s Community Assignment Number 6. Craig specifically discusses the following points: - honoring our intuitive /... [Read More]
Luis from Georgia  April 10th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful still life photograph and discusses the following: - extraordinary color that falls outside of the viewers expectation relative to the subject - layers of... [Read More]
Edmund from Massachusetts  April 6th, 2009

In Today’s Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig looks at a wonderful environmental portrait from The Mindful Eye Community’s “Attitude” Assignment and discusses the following points: - the visual power of complimentary color - the... [Read More]
Moritz from Germany  March 27th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a dramatic conceptual image titled “Solitary Men” and discusses the following: - the visual power of graphic simplicity - the use of rhythm as a visual unifier - the use of... [Read More]
Usha from Wisconsin  March 20th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful impromptu portrait that was submitted as part of TME’s community assignment number 3 : Stranger and discusses the following points – - on camera flash in low... [Read More]
Peter from Sweden  March 13th, 2009

In Today’s Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig looks at a wonderful environmental portrait from The Mindful Eye Community’s “Smile” Assignment and discusses the following points: • the power of juxtaposition as a storytelling device... [Read More]
Sam from Pennsylvania  March 6th, 2009

In today’s Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful, inside looking out, architectural detail photograph. Craig discusses formal symmetry, dynamic symmetry and the visual design concept of tension. Craig talks about color... [Read More]
April from Illinois  February 28th, 2009

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at images from the Mindful Eye’s community assignment # 2 – “Parking Lot”. The Photo of the Week was created by April and is a beautiful landscape based image. Craig discusses visual... [Read More]
Cyane from Virginia  February 20th, 2009

In this week’s Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig discusses a very beautiful and stark landscape architecture image. Craig talks about how diagonal convergence, subject matter, and dark to light tonal movement all work together in this... [Read More]
Ed from Florida  February 13th, 2009

In today's Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig looks at a stunning wildlife portfolio. Craig discusses image design in the context of a centered subject. Craig talks about the basic but extremely visually appealing technique of working... [Read More]
George from New York  February 6th, 2009

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig showcases a portfolio of stunning black and white architectural images titled “Gotham City”. Craig talks about using a polarizer to increase local contrast in the skies of your images. Craig... [Read More]
Abhi from California  January 30th, 2009

This week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique showcases images submitted for our Community assignment “The Movies”. The Photo of the Week submitted by Abhi is a great example of an image that uses, to powerful effect, simplicity as an element... [Read More]
William from Georgia  January 23rd, 2009

In this Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a very powerful and evocative portrait. Craig talks about the potential power of sharing your joy as a photographer through being a part of a volunteer project. Craig also talks about... [Read More]
Carl from North Carolina  January 16th, 2009

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses a beautiful landscape image. Craig talks about a hallmark of being a creative person is having a way to capture creative ideas. Craig suggests always carrying a journal as a way to... [Read More]
Mike from Canada  January 9th, 2009

In today’s Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig talks about a beautiful impromptu portrait. Craig discusses color theory and how powerful very specific complimentary colors pairs can be in creating images that have a strong three... [Read More]
Nick from North Carolina  January 2nd, 2009

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses quality of light, quality of line and rhythm. Craig also talks about visual depth and color theory. Craig discusses the inherent creative power of photographing things we love... [Read More]
Marian from the Netherlands  December 26th, 2008

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses the importance of quality of light and, in particular, discusses window light as a possible light source for portraits. Craig talks about the potential importance of making the eyes... [Read More]
Albert from Texas  December 19th, 2008

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at an abstract approach to a very mature subject – the Western Ghost Town. Craig discuses how some connection to the real in an abstract photograph can be a strong hook to get the viewer... [Read More]
George from New York  December 12th, 2008

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses how quality of light, positive and negative space shapes, quality of line and color theory can all be used to simplify the message of our photographs and make the main subject come... [Read More]
Sam  December 5th, 2008

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses the power of images that depict subjects or archetypes that have the potential to evoke an emotional response through direct experience, memory, or metaphor. Craig also discusses the... [Read More]
Dennis  November 28th, 2008

In today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses how working in monochrome can be a great way to get beautiful shots in qualities of light that might be too flat or to contrasty for general color scenic work. Craig also talks about... [Read More]
Cindi from Texas  November 21st, 2008

In Today’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses triptych as a concept. Craig talks about how having an obvious thread that ties our images together can make the process of creating more enjoyable and can make for a more enjoyable... [Read More]
Rick from U.S.  November 14th, 2008

In today’s review of the Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig discusses the design concept of simplicity. Craig also talks abstracting a scene by only shooting part of it. Craig discusses the use of texture, rhythm and complimentary color... [Read More]
John from Washington  November 7th, 2008

In today’s Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig discusses the difference between abstract and pictorial photography. Craig also talks about space shape, rhythm, quality of line and visual archetypes. Craig discusses how shooting just a part... [Read More]
Steve from Georgia  October 31st, 2008

In today’s Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique Craig discusses the power of gesture in portraiture. Craig also talks about repetition, quality of line, and how working with monochrome in portraiture can leave more room for the viewers own... [Read More]
Brian from Pennyslvania  September 20th, 2008

This Photograph was taken at The Mindful Eye’s Location People workshop and was created by Brian from Pennsylvania who is an advanced photographer. Brain shot this image with a Nikon D300 at an aperture of f 9, shutter speed of 1/160th, an ISO of... [Read More]







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