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Home > Our Content > Photography Critique > Photography Critique - Portrait of a Bride - non- traditional placement of focus

Photography Critique - Portrait of a Bride - non- traditional placement of focus


"G from Illinois" by Craig Tanner

Posted: June 3rd, 2011 @ 12:01am


In part two of today's two part Daily Critique Craig looks at a portrait of a bride and discusses the following:
 
- subject placement and balance within the square frame
 
- intentions, competency, happy accidents, mistakes, and creativity

- Metadata - Pentax K20D, EFL Apx. 75mm , ISO 400, f1.8 1/45th sec
 
 





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