In this week’s video, we are trying something new. Lukasz highlight’s a photo that caught his eye, this one from another photographer named David Sark. At EYExplore, we know that learning from the masters is a great way to improve one’s own work. Going through the motions to reproduce an iconic shot can help you understand what that photographer was thinking, how he/she solved the challenge of the scene and ultimately got the shot. In fact, this approach to learning is exactly how we work at EYExplore: we show you our shots and then you practice, thereby walking away with some new expertise and knowledge about photography. Check out the vid for a glimpse into this approach!
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