In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful abstract architectural photograph and discusses the following :
- how wide angle lenses make it easier for us to handhold and still get sharp images
- working with middle apertures to get the best mix of depth of field and overall image sharpness
- using complimentary color to create the illusion of depth and to create unity of design
- paying close attention to how more literal ideas are introduced to the edge of the frame in images where the viewer is being led to mostly consider intrinsic form over a more documentary interpretation of the scene.