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My current pictures can be viewed by clicking on this Flickr link.
On many workshops, critique is one of the most powerful learning tools. Critique gives us a way as photographers to develop a vocabulary that describes what works and what doesn't work about an image. As we grow our understanding of this descriptive visual vocabulary our ability to conceive and pre-recognize great images dramatically improves.
Each day a 3-5 minute video will be available for download. This video will feature a submitted image for critique onscreen with a soundtrack, which will contain the same kind of spoken critique you would receive on a workshop - along with a pointer onscreen that will be used just like a laser pointer would be used in a live critique.
The overall tone and goal of The Daily Critique will be to provide a supportive space in which photographers can share their work, have it reviewed, and hopefully take away valuable, tangible ideas about how to create better photographs. We will describe what we like about the image first and then offer "perfect world" suggestions for improvement.
The Radiant Vista offers users an opportunity to submit their own photos for The Daily Critique. If you are interested in having a photo critiqued, please make a critique submission.
The Daily Critique videos vary in size between 3MB and 5MB. A high speed connection is recommended, but not essential.
Tuesday April 4 starting at 8 pm @ Brooks Institute of Photography
Michael Robinson-Chavez became hooked on photography after a surfing buddy lent him a Canon AE1 for his trip to