Saturday, May 26, 2007

05/26/07: Determing the focus point in a print...



A good way to determine the strongest focal point of an image is to turn the print upside down (or rotate it 180 degrees if you are looking at a digital image file). Often in print competitions you'll see print judges doing just that with prints.

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Blogger Adam Squier, Squier Photography said...

Or use a view camera to see everything upside-down and backwards before making the exposure.

Now where's that digital back for my 8x10? ;-)

7:51 PM, June 11, 2007  

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