Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Critiquing images from other photographers from a parade, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- I love a parade.…Why?…Well because there are great pictures to be had at a parade.…Hi I'm Steve Simon, The Passionate Photographer,…and welcome to Photo Critique of the Week,…and this week we're going to look at some photos from a parade.…At a recent workshop that I gave,…we somehow managed to finagle press passes…and really in New York City and The Columbus Day Parade,…it's the only way to cover a parade because otherwise…you're behind the barricades and very limited in terms…of the kinds of images that you can get.…
So, let's take a look at the selection.…It's just a short selection that I've chosen…for you guys to see, just to get a sense…and I think the main reason why I chose a lot…of these images is because they captured the feeling…and the energy of what a parade is.…I mean, a parade is a lot of different things,…it's remembrances, but it's really a fun thing…and it's a way to sort of, note a time,…an anniversary, some important moment in history…and for the kids really to sort of,…understand what happened before they got there, so to speak.…
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