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Photography Critique - Formally Symmetrical Portrait
"Blake from Connecticut" by Craig Tanner
Posted: December 27th, 2010 @ 12:01am
In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a formal studio portrait and discusses the following:
- using a soft box modified strobe as a background for a portrait
- definition of beauty lighting and when it is typically used
- formal balance as a major design element of the image
- working with Adobe Photoshop to manage the complexities of skin color casts combined with an overlay of changes in local contrast
- Metadata –Nikon D700, F1.5 85mm Lens, ISO 250, F7.1@1/250th Strobe and reflector
to the Digital Darkroom Video about how to work with Kuler to manage color.
Community Assignment #53
Due Date: September 16, 2011
Have you heard about the Backyard Shots Photography Guide "Street Portraiture with CraigTanner"?