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The Daily Critique


"Chris from Georgia" by Craig Tanner

Posted: February 23rd, 2009 @ 12:01am


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a dynamic documentary group photograph. Craig discusses quality of line and distinguishes between contouring lines and implied lines based on movement from one subject to the other. Craig makes the point that these implied visual pathways or lines are often more visually and psychologically powerful for the viewer than actual contouring lines. Craig also discusses ways we might bring in more of the “z” plane of movement (the illusion of moving through the image) when shooting a documentary shot of a grouping of people.






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