Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Critiquing humorous photos from a series of photographers, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- Well I think it's fair to say…that everybody kind of loves to laugh.…Laughing is a great thing…and when it comes to your photography,…to make pictures that will have humor in them,…that's not always an easy thing to do.…Hi, I'm Steve Simon, the passionate photographer,…and welcome to Photo Critique of the Week.…This week we're going to be talking about humor,…and maybe we'll be smiling and laughing…just a little bit.…I've got some photos that I wanted to show you.…And I wanted to broach the topic of humor…because it's not an easy thing…to make pictures that are kind of funny.…
And you can't necessarily go out to make those images.…So I'm going to show you a few images…and then we're going to maybe talk about them.…Well, this image may be funny…or it actually may be disturbing…depending on your viewpoint.…But it definitely makes you take notice.…I don't think there's anything other than,…just kind of a funny moment,…while the other person takes the picture.…But, Peter Simon captured the woman…and the statue in this moment.…
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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