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Photography Critique - Motion Blurred Landscape


"Ansie from South Africa" by Craig Tanner

Posted: July 7th, 2010 @ 12:01am


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a strong motion blurred landscape photograph and discusses the following:

- one technique for creating a motion blurred abstract landscape

- simple and graphic design

- unifying your image by using the energy of a major diagonal

- creating color depth by working both the warm and cool ends of the color spectrum

- the archetype of the dark or black forest in storytelling

- creating structure and mass in an near empty area of the image using curves in Adobe Photoshop

- working with Kuler in Adobe Photoshop CS4 to make color more vibrant

- Canon 5D Mark II 70-300mm zoom @ 70mm f10@ 1/13th







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