Duck wrote:I watched this when it was first posted by B&H. As an artist and illustrator I really connected with a lot of what Adam Marelli describes in the video. He puts into language a lot of the lessons I learned in art. However, they are also lessons that I find difficult to keep in mind out in the field, mostly because I tend to rush myself. As I progress in my photographic pursuits I find myself being conscious to slow myself down to avoid making rookie mistakes.
On a side note, I made a similar observations between classical art and photography in an article on my blog site and the use of using a three tone guide for composition in another article. Both can be found here in the tutorial section;
Didereaux wrote:...Liked those two articles so much that when I first read them I converted them to pdf files and they are in my permanent photography reference library! Really well done articles.
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