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The Daily Critique


"Self Critique" by Craig Tanner

Posted: January 27th, 2010 @ 12:57am


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at his own landscape photograph and discusses the following:

- the importance of the polarizer in general scenic photography

- the effect of shutter speeds of around 1 second on the average flow of water on creeks and rivers

- tertiary color

- static quality of line and implied line that blocks potential image flow and unity

- being aware of how the overlay of the reality of the scene bias’ your feelings about what you see on the LCD

- shoot lots of variations and practice being able to verbalize what you like and don’t like about your images
 
- Click here to read about the Singh-Ray Color Combo Polarizer
 
- Click here to read about the Bogen Neotech Tripod Legs
 






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