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Photography Critique - Cone Flowers - Impressionistic Interpretation


"James from Canada" by Craig Tanner

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


In today's Daily Critique Craig looks at a beautiful impressionistic flower shot and discusses the following:
 
- making a case for color as the most dominant element of design
 
- hue, value, and intensity - the three aspects of color
 
- working with color to create the illusion of more depth
 
- the importance of tension and conflict in storytelling

- Metadata -35mm Film body f2.8 70 - 200mm zoom, Fuji 50 ISO slide film
 
 





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