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Photography Critique - Motion Study - Downtown Vancouver Canada


"Jenny from Canada" by Craig Tanner

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


In today’s Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful study of implied motion discusses the following:

- shutter speeds that re great for implied motion effects that are subtle and that preserve a significant amount of the documentary reality of the scene

- the design principle of proportion and the classical relationship between high value and lower value subjects

- the design principle of simplicity

- using Adobe Photoshop to simplify the scene

- Metadata – Canon Rebel, EFL 80mm, ISO 200 f18@ 1/8th sec






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