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Home > Our Content > Photography Critique > Photography Critique - Impromptu Portrait - Part One - Savannah, GA

Photography Critique - Impromptu Portrait - Part One - Savannah, GA


"Bob from Florida" by Craig Tanner

Posted: March 16th, 2011 @ 10:16pm


In part one of today's two part Daily Critique Craig looks at a high impact impromptu portrait and discusses the following:
 
- light that is comfortable for the portrait subject
 
- light in the eyes, catchlight, and dimensional lighting
 
- dimensional light and accent light effects
 
- limiting color, being aware of color relationships and using high value color in a way that is congruent with the main subject
 
- choosing extraordinary camera positions
 
- Metadata - Nikon D390,  EFL 127 - 200mm ISO 200 f2.4@ 1/3000th
 
 





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