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Peter from California


Photo of the Week Photo Tips and Inspiration Sports Photography

Posted: September 3rd, 2010 @ 12:01am



In this week’s Photo of the Week on the Daily Critique Craig looks at a powerful action shot and discusses the following:

- the importance of frames per second as a camera body feature in capturing action

- stopped and implied motion

- how depth of field and color theory are helping to simplify a contrasty image

- the importance of understanding the implied energies with in the blank frame and relative to subject choice, placement and cropping

- quality of light is relative to your subject matter and what you are trying to say about each subject

- expanding the qualities of light with which you are willing to work

- Canon Mark 7D, F4 70 - 200zoom @EFL 224mm ISO 200 F4@ 1/3200th sec

To learn more about this shot watch Craig Tanner's Photo of the Week on The Daily Critique.







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