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Photography Critique - Barn Detail - Teton National Park


"Tomas" by Craig Tanner

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


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful detail photograph of a barn at Mormon Row in Teton National Park and discusses the following:

- moving towards the personal and less literal by shooting a part of a subject

- richness of value and local contrast

- texture, quality of line and space shapes as subjects

- basic cropping considerations

- using value to move the eye towards the main subject or subjects

- Metadata – Canon 7D, EFL 50mm, ISO 100, F16@ 1/10th
 






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