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"Frank from Oregon" by Craig Tanner

Posted: December 22nd, 2008 @ 12:01am


In today’s critique Craig talks about achieving depth of field in a landscape image and discusses the concept of diffraction and the idea of sharpest aperture. Craig points out the beautiful qualities of line, texture and overall framing in this image. Craig talks about how some space shapes can become visual traps for the viewer and we look at ways to cut down on those shapes. Craig also discusses how seeing in monochrome and/or converting to monochrome can help us to take advantage of qualities of light that may not work well in a color file. Craig also discusses overall proportion changes to an image and how they may help to create more of a balanced and dynamic image.






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