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Daily Critique


"Jan from Washington" by Craig Tanner

Posted: December 29th, 2008 @ 12:01am


In Today’s critique we revisit the November 26 Daily Critique where Craig talks about how quality of light, expression and gesture are the most important things in portraiture. Craig also discuses taking a good shot and making it even better by simplifying and crystallizing the main message. Craig discusses how bright versus dark, contrast versus low contrast, warm color versus cool color, sharp versus out of focus, saturated versus desaturated, and static or balanced versus dynamic are all concepts that can be used to accentuate our main ideas as photographers.






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