Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Critique of some of Paul Lavergne images, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- I love it when I find the work of another photographer…who sees the world maybe a little bit differently than me.…And that's something that I can learn from.…Hi, I'm Steve Simon, The Passionate Photographer,…and welcome to another episode…of Photo Critique of the Week.…This week we're going to look at the work of a photographer,…a street photographer who lives…and works in San Juan, Puerto Rico.…His name is Paul Lavergne.…And when I first came upon his work,…the realization to me was he had a very kind of…well developed vision of how he saw the world.…
And I think that for all of us.…You know, it's something that we strive to do.…We strive to sort of figure out whatever is that style,…that kind of undefinable, un-articulable style that we have.…And I'm here to tell you don't worry about that…because you're often too close to seeing it yourself.…But a style is more revealed in the images that you shoot…and if you keep shooting,…though you may not necessarily be able…to stick your thumb on your own style,…others definitely will.…
Check back each week to watch as more critiques are added, covering new work from many different genres. This series is designed to help you discover how to improve your work as a photographer. By heightening your awareness through analysis, you can harness the information to enhance your photographic eye.
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