Photography News July 12, 2021
Quote: “…above all else, take the shot.” – Thom Hogan
All the Ways to Get to Black and White from Raw – Thom Hogan B&H Photo class (2 hours)
The Perils of Certainty – Thom Hogan
What is duotone?
Artistic v Technical Balance in Photography – John Greengo
The 2021 Audubon Photography Awards: Winners and Honorable Mentions
Is Dynamic Range Important in Landscape Photography?
Thought for the day: Leading Lines
The current contest in the FB group “We Love Half Moon Bay” is on leading lines. There were a number of questions by photographers as to what is a leading line and many of the pictures posted to the contest are not, actually, leading lines.
A leading line is a line of ‘something’ in the photograph that leads the viewer’s eye to the subject. It isn’t a road/trail/path/etc. going through the photograph with little relation to the subject.
These two sets of example pictures may aid you in understanding what are leading lines.
Examples of Leading Lines:
Usage and more examples of Leading Lines:
Artist of the Week/Portfolio: John Cornicello – Defocused
The content of this blog post done in collaboration with one of our members, Greg Edwards: http://gregoryedwards.slickpic.site