How to Properly Critique a Photograph

Critique is a strange beast. Given properly, it can facilitate both technical and artistic growth, but given improperly, it can derail development, damage self-esteem, and undermine the strong sense of community that makes photography such a group pursuit. To read this article, follow the link or click the photograph: Critique Photos

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–08–30 01:08
Categories: Articles

How to Photograph Fireworks

There are numerous occasions throughout the year that we celebrate with fireworks, and regardless of what occasion we’re celebrating, almost everyone with a camera wants to try to capture the display of lights and colors. Unfortunately, almost every photographer fails to do just that. For every great fireworks photograph, there are hundreds of blurry, over exposed, under exposed, shaky, out of focus or just plain ol’ bad photographs of fireworks. It’s actually not that difficult to capture great firework photographs - it just takes a little patience, some practice, and a couple of important tips to remember - oh, and you need a camera.

How to Photograph Fireworks - Scott111184
Photo by Scott111184

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2009–07–04 02:22
Categories: Tutorials

Voting Has Started for the January 2007 PotM

Just a quick reminder for everyone that voting has started for the January 2007 Photograph of the Month contest. The contest is sponsored by and Porter Case. The prizes are a gift certificate from ProPics Express ($500 if you’re a Premiere Member, or $250 if you’re not a Premiere Member), and a PC II Deluxe Photo Divider case from Porter Case (Value $335!). You can actually see a video of the PC II Deluxe Photo Divider case in action HERE.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2006–12–25 17:40
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