Photo Critique!

So, what kind of photos do you have, trash or treasure? It helps to get some outside opinions, and believe me, you'll find plenty of them at our photo critiques! Bring us three images both as your original camera file (RAW if you shot it that way) and as your finished image (a flash drive works best). We'll poke, prod and polish your photos in a way that well help you perfect your art as well as tickle your funny bone. Don't miss it!

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  • Ginger J.

    Informative as always

    November 21, 2012

  • Leon Carr J.

    Attended my first Photo Critique last night and really found it to very informative. Everyone was very friendly and participated in the critiques. I plan on attending many more and look forward to attending other meet ups. Thanks

    November 21, 2012

  • Frank D.

    Always a great time seeing photos and sharing techniques used in a fun, open group of people passionate about photography"

    November 21, 2012

  • Richard D.

    First time I've been to one of Ed's PHoto Critiques. I really enjoyed was quite fun, and I learned a lot. It's nice to see other people's images and how they take them and what they do to improve the shots. I'll certainly be attending more of these Photo Critiques!

    November 20, 2012

  • Michael S.

    First time critique attendee. Bring a laptop or best to observe and absorb?

    1 · November 20, 2012

    • Frank D.

      Easiest way if in LR is to export the JPG (finished photo) and then export the "original" (raw) file. Then bring both the original and jpg with you for each of three shots.

      November 20, 2012

  • Ginger J.

    Michael, no laptop is needed for these critiques... just bring 3 shots on a flashdrive... bring the original straight out of the camera and an edited shot to share. Ed will put it up on a big screen and we'll put our .02 cents in from there :)

    November 20, 2012

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