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Daily Critique


"Self Critique" by Craig Tanner

Posted: January 1st, 2009 @ 12:01am


In today’s self-critique Craig discusses the visual power of an unbroken horizon in a landscape photograph. Craig discusses ways to move the viewer of your images back and forth past the horizon from foreground to background. Craig discusses several strategies for mitigating the feeling of the static or sloping horizon including using implied visual pathways and rhythms that move across the horizon on a diagonal. Craig also discusses the straightforward approach of using a subject that literally becomes an overlay that physically breaks the strong horizontal pull of the horizon as an element of visual design.






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