Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Evaluating the portfolio of Soichi Hayashi, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- I'm the kind of photographer…that really appreciates all genres of photography,…and maybe you're like me.…There's certain areas that I'm not really interested in…pursuing with my own camera,…but when other passionate photographers do,…I totally appreciate it.…Hi, I'm Steve Simon, The Passionate Photographer.…And welcome to another edition…of Critique of the Week.…This week, we're going to look at the work…of Soichi Hayashi, who's a Japanese photographer.…Who works in a very kind of different…mindset than I do.…
I happen to know that Soichi…does all different kinds of photography,…but the images that he sent me…really represent the passion that he feels…in terms of when he's out doing work just for himself,…and not for any kind of commercial endeavor.…So let's take a look at some of Soichi's work.…And I think that you know sometimes…the camera looks both ways.…There's no question about that.…And when you look at Soichi's work,…there's a very kind of quiet, abstract quality to it.…
And would you call it landscape,…
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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