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Photography Critique - Impromptu Family Portrait


"Georgia from Georgia" by Craig Tanner

Posted: July 19th, 2010 @ 12:01am


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful portrait and discusses the following:

- 110mm as a classic portrait focal length

- the visual weight and power of catch lights

- working with repetition and movement along the top left to bottom right major diagonal as tools to unify the image in a pleasing way

- window light and dimensional lighting

- strategies for dealing with a portrait subject in a portrait pairing that may not be comfortable with the camera

- using luminosity and contrast changes In Adobe Photoshop CS4 to add more left to right movement in the image and to create dimensional lighting effects







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