Learning Guide Two Ridley Browder

Summary of Key Readings: Critiques need uniqueness. The brightness, color temperature, and texture all give the photo its individuality. In addition, the more focus on these aspects of the photo will cause the subject of the photo, what the photo is about, to pop out. And then, with the subject and individuality, the counterparts in the photo need to each be defined and positioned. The subject, individuality, and definition of the photo bring the idea of the photo out best. In addition, a critique is supposed to speak to the audience in multiple ways. Photos are supposed to contain layers of meaning and messages. The message the photo truly portrays is how much time the critique own the photo was edited. In summary, to make sure that the photo's individuality stands out, the technical and artistic aspects of the photo need to be taken the time to review.

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