Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Critique of wedding images from Rick Collins, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- You know the landscape for professional photographers…is constantly shifting.…It's getting kind of hard to figure out…where your next dollars going to come from.…I think that's why a lot of creative…and talented photographers are attracted…to the wedding market.…That's one traditional market that keeps going,…and it's lucrative.…You can see its attraction.…Hi, I'm Steve Simon, the passionate photographer…and welcome to another Photo Critique of the Week.…This week I want to take a look at one of those…talented, creative photographers that started in journalism…and has drifted into the destination wedding market.…
His name is Rick Collins.…He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.…Let's take a look at some of Rick's work.…I think in looking at Rick's work, I think there's a lot…to be gleaned.…I think this week, because Rick's work is so strong,…there's not a lot I can say that would make it stronger.…I want to just show you some of the images.…Then we'll come back and discuss some of the things…that I think make his work successful…
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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