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The Daily Critique


"Philip from Michigan" by Craig Tanner

Posted: September 21st, 2009 @ 12:01am


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a dramatic architectural photograph and discusses the following:
 
- looking at a diffraction chart for your lenses so that you understand when it is no longer worth it to stop down to gain more depth of field
 
- formally symmetrical framing in architectural photography
 
- converting to black and white to simplify the overall image and increase the impact of the main subject
 
- multiple ways to work with contrast to make a subject appear to move towards the viewer






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