Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Critiquing pairs of iPhone images from Dubai, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- You know, one of the biggest issues I hear…from students on my workshops…and just from photographers in general…is that it's sometimes different to choose…between, you know, similar images,…as to which one is the best one.…Hi, I'm Steve Simon, the Passionate Photographer,…and welcome to another edition of Photo Critique of the Week…and in this edition, I want to take you through a little…set of pictures that I made in Dubai Market in Dubai…with my iPhone.…
I just wandered around for about an hour…and just sort of photographed what I saw.…And I've put together two images…and I thought I would sort of tell you,…kind of, which picture I would choose and why.…And we'll see if it sort of fits with maybe…what you would choose.…So, you know, for these two images,…I think that for me, it's kind of a bit of a no-brainer.…The picture on the right, for me, is much stronger,…mainly because of the wind.…How do you photograph wind?…Well, one way is to photograph the material…that's being lifted and I think that inherently…
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