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 image to create a very powerful illusion of movement through the space of the image. Craig also talks about how a strong initial suggestion of symmetry followed by subtle breaks in the symmetry can create a powerful overlay of information that holds the viewers eye for a long time. This is actually a styling technique that is often employed in commercial interior architectural photography. Craig also looks at a very beautiful, colorful, graphic and stark landscape architecture image of The Sunshine Parkway Bridge. Craig talks about how shooting straight in and centering your subject matter can be a very effective composition choice when shooting architectural structures that are very symmetrical to begin with.
To learn more about this shot watch Craig Tanner's Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique.