Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Critique of infrared work of Justin Reznick, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- I think a big test for me…as to whether an image is strong or not is I feel something,…I've made an emotional connection to the picture,…the subject matter, and ultimately the photographer.…Hi, I'm Steve Simon, the Passionate Photographer,…and welcome to the Photo Critique of the Week.…This week we're going to look at a few infrared images…by a fellow instructor and photographer, Justin Reznick.…Justin has converted several of his cameras…to create a magical rendering of everyday scenes…captured in infrared light.…
Let's take a look.…I've only got a few images to show here,…but some of them are really quite beautiful.…The first two are kind of a landscape scene,…but obviously this tree is the star.…And I'm just going to show you all the images…and then we're going to come back and we're going to critique…and talk about some of the images.…And then he has this architectural series.…And the last image is also an infrared image,…but it's a little less obvious that it is,…of the Windy City in Chicago.…
All right, well, we have a variety of different images here,…
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