I critique your photos

Have you ever taken a photo and thought it was perfect, only to later realize it could use some improvement? If so, you’re not alone. As a photographer, I understand the desire to capture the perfect shot, but sometimes we all need a second pair of eyes to help us see things in a new light. That’s where I come in. In this blog, I will provide critiques and feedback on reader-submitted photos, offering tips and suggestions for how you can elevate your photography skills. Whether you’re a beginner looking to learn more or a seasoned pro wanting to improve, I hope you’ll join me on this journey of growth and creativity.




I critique your photos

Critique of Submitted Photos

A big thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this week’s video. In this video, I’m going to critique the photos that you sent in. They were amazing, thanks ever so much for sending them in. I sent out an email newsletter in case you’re wondering how you participate in. If anybody signs up for my email newsletter, occasionally I do things like this. I sent out an email newsletter and then everyone sent photos in. I got hundreds and hundreds of photos. I’ve been through them all, I’ve selected some to edit, and we’re going to have a look at them now.

Glenn’s Misty Morning

Beautiful Misty morning captured by Glenn. The composition is nice, but I feel like the right-hand side of the image is a bit distracting. You either need more on the right or a heavy crop on the right side to focus on the island. Overall, a decent attempt.

Nils’s Sunset

This image shows a beautiful morning captured by Nils. Shooting into the sun is always tricky. A few adjustments can improve this image, such as reducing the brightness and getting rid of airplane trails. Using radial filters and healing brushes can help achieve a softer look.

Lindsay’s Rock Formation

Lindsay’s image of rocks is visually striking, but the strong edit on the red tones may not be to everyone’s taste. Adjustments to the exposure and clarity can enhance the overall image. Standing up slightly to create more space in the composition can also improve the shot.

Beautiful Water Scene

This image from T showcases a stunning water scene with a beautiful sky. Adjusting the exposure and warmth can enhance the overall mood of the image. Creating a darker tone and softer glow can bring out the details in the water and sky.

Smarty Fox’s Landscape

This landscape photo captures beautiful light, but focusing on the rocks and capturing side light can enhance the overall impact of the image. Zooming in on the rocks and adjusting the composition can create a more dynamic and engaging shot.

Jack’s Tree Scene

This image from Jack showcases a lovely tree scene, but adjusting the composition by moving the tree to the left or right can create a more visually appealing layout. Experimenting with different angles can enhance the overall composition of the image.


FAQ: I critique your photos

Q: How does the photo critique process work?

A: Simply submit your photo for critique through the submission form on our website. Our team of experienced photographers will provide feedback on the composition, lighting, and overall aesthetic of your photo.

Q: Are there any specific guidelines for submitting photos?

A: We recommend submitting high-resolution images in JPEG format. Please avoid adding any watermarks to the photos as it may interfere with the critique process.

Q: How long does it take to receive feedback on my photo?

A: Our team strives to provide feedback within 7-10 business days. However, please note that during busy periods, it may take a bit longer to receive your critique.

Q: Can I submit multiple photos for critique?

A: Absolutely! Feel free to submit as many photos as you’d like for critique. Each photo will receive individualized feedback from our team.

Q: Is there a fee for submitting photos for critique?

A: Yes, there is a small fee associated with submitting photos for critique. This fee helps to support our team of photographers and ensure high-quality feedback for all submissions.

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