It has really been a lot of fun. I've had a lot of adventures. I've talked about all kinds of things with you, and thought about all kinds of things. And photography is so rich with ideas and experiences. I hope that all of this really gives you the inspiration to go out, enjoy yourself in nature, in cities, in interiors, wherever you find yourself. Get a camera in your hand and an instinct in your heart. Just respond and you'll have an incredible, enriching experience. Photography is a gift for all of us. It tells us so much about ourselves and the world. (dramatic revelatory music) So it's all yours now. You've got everything you need to really make photographs that give you your identity. Until next time. (dramatic music)...
For over 55 years, universally acclaimed, award-winning photographer Joel Meyerowitz has been one of the world’s greatest image-makers. Although Meyerowitz is a street photographer in the tradition of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Frank, he transformed the medium with his pioneering use of color.
I have an all access pass and thought oh no, I have to pay for this one? I bit the bullet and I am so glad I did. Joel has a great deal of wisdom and experience because of his age. BUT, despite his age, he exudes a fountain of enthusiasm, playfulness, curiousity and constant wonder surrounding his subjects. He opened within me the possibilities of exploring different photographic subjects and allowing myself to experience the fun in pursuit of those subjects. I love the way he shows how someone can take the same ho hum scene, but then look around for a different point of view. He is indeed a Master and I thank Joel for the class.
This is a absulutely fantastic class. Joel Meyerowitz takes you on an journey of little but important advices. In each short video you got some jewels to improve your approach, your view and your art. I own a lot of classes here on CL, but this one is one of my favourits! Gentle and human. Thank you Joel Meyerowitz, you helped me a lot on my journey to develop my photography.
What do you do after you learn all the mechanics, the technical stuff, exposure triangle, lights, where do you start? Because I am starting, now! You will find encouragement and guidance, and real applicable wisdom. If you are new to photography as I am, this course will point you in the right direction. What a treasure! Thank you CreativeLive for this and thank you Joel Meyerowitz for taking such a gentle approach to such a complicated subject, that is photography.