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Photography Critique - Impromptu Portrait


"Jerry from California" by Craig Tanner

Posted: August 18th, 2010 @ 12:01am


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a strong portrait and discusses the following: - fear of photographing “strangers”

- body language, gesture, and expression

- psychological impact of low to high camera position

- some classic focal lengths for street portraits

- simplifying by symmetrically framing the portrait subjects

- using the hats as possible props to bring the hands into a more expressive role in the portrait and to create variations of the portrait that are less formal

- Canon 7D EFL 16mm f16@1/125th Canon 580 Flash







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