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"Roger from US" by Craig Tanner

Posted: November 3rd, 2008 @ 12:01am


In Today’s critique Craig discusses the use of neutral density to imply motion. Craig also talks about working in monochrome when shooting the grand landscape in flat light. Craig discusses leading line, s curves, and working with local contrast adjustments to create visual balance and to slow down the journey of the viewer through your image by creating more of an illusion of form. If you are interested in more information about Singh-Ray’s Vari ND neutral density filter please click here.










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