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Photography Critique - Virgin River - Zion National Park


"Dawn" by Craig Tanner

Posted: November 1st, 2010 @ 1:43pm


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful landscape image of the Virgin River and discusses the following:

- shooting a part of the scene to make the image more personal for you and the viewer and to simplify the subject matter of your shot

- considering the texture of the surface of water relative to shutter speed

- color theory

- creating more movement on the “x” axis and creating more implied diagonal movement between the two dark rocks in the image

- thinking outside of the box of the image to create a diptych using two parts of the existing image







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