This is another good image that found its way into our critique pool. It could use a bit of touching up in my opinion. I agree with siletto_048′s assessment that the angle could be improved so in my version I did just that. I do think siletto_048′s crop was a bit tight and I wanted […]

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There’s a new image available for critique in our ScottCritique’s group. It will be available until Friday for your feedback. _________ Sponsored by PMA – It’s not too early to mark your calendar because this is big. For the first time in the USA, the PMA tradeshow and conference will be open to the general […]

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Original Scott’s take I like the suggestions we received on the forum. My own opinion probably most closely mirrors Stuart Forsyth who says: “Here is my take, I really think the face, caught in the contemplative moment of nibbling on that leaf is the essence of this photo, and feel a closer crop and the […]

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We have a new image available for you to critique in our new Flickr critique forum. Please leave your critique and then I’ll chime in with my thoughts. Thanks. _______________ This post sponsored by the Digital SLR Store

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Rickmode’s picture is today’s selection. I really like this image. I selected it because it was open to so many different interpretations. I think it’s a great photo. Why? Because no matter what you do with it, the image still looks good. You could literally make this image into dozens of additional images, using different […]

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In case you didn’t realize it, I’ve been doing critiques over at ScottCritiques.com for four months. It was an experiment to see if there was a need for a separate blog/website/forum for critiques. After running that experiment on the blog, we moved it to Flickr and concluded it’s the best possible way for people to […]

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CROSS – POSTED at ScottCritiques.com (I’ll do this in less than 90 seconds in Aperture with the help of two plug-ins.) This photo has a nice feel to it, but it’s very bland. It really needs some pop. I’ll process it in Aperture and tell you how I think I can subtly improve it. a. […]

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