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Photography Critique - Deer Portrait - Wildlife Photography


"Jim from New York" by Craig Tanner

Posted: January 5th, 2011 @ 12:01am


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

- great technique to achieve excellent sharpness in this image where it counts

- great use of shallow depth of field

- framing that introduces a subject which rhymes the main subject of the deer

- muting color to increase the impact of imagery

- digital gardening of small areas of high contrast and use of the warp tool to push the design principle of rhythm

- Metadata - Canon 5D Mark II, F4 300mm lens with 1.4 teleconverter, ISO 250 F5.6@ 1/250th from tripod
 






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