Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Critiquing images of Central Park, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- Hey everybody, I'm Steve Simon the Passionate…Photographer, and welcome to another edition…of Photo Critique of the Week.…When I'm out shooting generally speaking…I try not to edit in my camera.…By that I mean, check my review screen too much.…I like to be concentrating on either the view finder.…Sure, sometimes I'm going to look at the review screen…to make sure the technical's working,…my histogram's good, et cetera.…But mostly, I want to be concentrating on…what's in front of me in the view finder…so that I could move around and capture…the best possible image…of whatever it is my camera's aimed at.…
In this instance, I was in Cental Park.…And I saw these two dogs and their owners…were nearby.…So, the first thing I wanted to mention here is…generally speaking from a technical point of view…if I'm in a situation that has a lot of bright…high key tones, like snow or beach,…I want to make sure my exposure's good.…So I might determine my exposure and then go to…a manual mode.…Or, because I'm a little lazy I stay on automatic…
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