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"Bob from West Virginia" by Craig Tanner

Posted: December 1st, 2008 @ 12:01am


In today’s critique Craig discusses effective use of shutter speed for working with moving water in a landscape. Craig also talks about the power of leading line as a visual design element in big scenic landscape work. Craig discusses the visual design elements of cross hatching diagonals, rhythm, balance, and visual unity. Craig discusses flow of light relative to evoking mood and also talks about ways, in the digital darkroom, to simplify big scenic landscapes.










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