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Photo Tip: Catchlights

Catchlights are important when creating appealing portraits.  In the absence of a strong light source, simply capturing detail in the eyes can also make a big difference.  Of course, good-looking subjects go a long way too.

Take a look at this handsome mug, for example.  The sparkles in those big, dark eyes really connect with the viewer.  Its personality left a lot to be desired though.

This angry crayfish clamped down on a nightcrawler that was intended for a trout in Powells Creek, near Halifax.

The photograph and text are Copyright © 2010 David Deppen, all rights reserved.  They are not in the public domain and may not be copied, used for derivative works, or used in emails, websites, blogs, or any other media, or for any other purpose, without explicit advance permission from David Deppen.  Please use links to website pages if you wish to share content with others.

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