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Home > Our Content > Photography Critique > Photography Critique Bison at Antelope Flats Teton National Park

Photography Critique Bison at Antelope Flats Teton National Park


"Stacy" by Craig Tanner

Posted: October 11th, 2010 @ 12:01am


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

- repetition for visual unity

- looking at every image brighter, darker, in monochrome, and flipped horizontally, vertically too if its an abstract

- using layers in Adobe Photoshop to emphasize the main subject

- asking yourself the question…. “What is the main subject, idea, or concept of my image?”

- Metadata –Nikon D3X, EFL 145mm






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