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 dimensional feel. Craig also talks about quality of light and achieving visual harmony between a portrait background and the portrait subject through the use of rhythm. And Craig discusses the use of large negative space shapes in portraits where the gesture suggests the access of memories.
To learn more about this shot watch Craig Tanner's Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique.