Critique Me – Jill

Remember:
-Read How to Critique a Photo
-Make a critique sandwich – something positive, something you would have done differently, something positive
-My rule: no improvement tip = deleted comment
-This will benefit the person leaving the photo critique just as much if not more than the person receiving the critique.
-If you would like to have an image critiqued be sure to read How to submit an image for critique.

Thanks to Jill for submitting the following image.
Settings: ISO 400 | SS 1/200 | f/5
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Critique Me – Jawn at Jawn Mallon Photography

Remember:
-Read How to Critique a Photo
-Make a critique sandwich – something positive, something you would have done differently, something positive
-My rule: no improvement tip = deleted comment
-This will benefit the person leaving the photo critique just as much if not more than the person receiving the critique.
-If you would like to have an image critiqued be sure to read How to submit an image for critique.

Thank you to Jawn at Jawn Mallon Photography for submitting the following image.
Settings: ISO 200, SS 1/80, f/5.6
Jawn Mallon Photography

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Critique Me – Lisa Pierce

Critique Me – Lisa Pierce

Remember: -Read How to Critique a Photo -Make a critique sandwich - something positive, something you would have done differently, something positive -My rule: no improvement tip = deleted comment -This will benefit the person leaving the photo critique just as much if not more than the person receiving the critique. -If you would like to have an image critiqued be sure to read How to submit an image for critique. Thank you to Lisa Pierce of The Family Pierce for submitting the following ...continue reading

Critique Me – Christina at Close to the Heart Photography

Critique Me – Christina at Close to the Heart Photography

Remember: -Read How to Critique a Photo -Make a critique sandwich - something positive, something you would have done differently, something positive -My rule: no improvement tip = deleted comment -This will benefit the person leaving the photo critique just as much if not more than the person receiving the critique. -If you would like to have an image critiqued be sure to read How to submit an image for critique. Thank you to Christina at Close to the Heart Photography for submitting ...continue reading