Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Looking at the work of Clifford Pickett, part of Photo Critique of the Week.
- You know, in photography it's really not about the gear,…it's about the images they produce.…Hi, I'm Steve Simon, the passionate photographer,…and welcome to another edition of Critique of the Week.…This week I wanted to show you the work of Clifford Pickett.…Now Clifford is a friend and a photographer that I know…and he loves shooting in nature.…You can see from the images…that he's also very competent, well, bit of an expert…when it comes to post-processing…to really bring out the strength of the picture.…
But no matter how great you are as a post-processor…there are limits to what you can do,…because you need to have strong pictures as a base.…And one of the things that might surprise you…as we look at some of the really beautiful work…that Clifford has shared with us here…is that they were all made with an iPhone.…And we know that the iPhone is the number one camera…out there in the world,…everybody's got one, everyone's shooting with it,…but the thing that surprises me…and likely surprises you in looking at this work…
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