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Photography Critique - Motion Blurred- Floral Abstract


"Tommy from Washington" by Craig Tanner

Posted: August 13th, 2010 @ 12:01am


In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful abstract photograph and discusses the following:
 
- using a slow shutter speed and camera movement to create a motion blurred abstraction

- implied lyrical movement between subjects
 
- the design and psychological power of the black

- creating visual “sea level” and separation of color by including true black, white and gray points in an image

- layering the story by including more than two colors and having background information

- the power of archetypal shapes

- containing the eye

- Canon 5D Mark 100-400mm zoom @100mm ISO 800 F4.5@ 1/8th
 






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