Photo Critique Friday!

Please only submit a 1-2 images each week, as once you submit the maximum of 20 images you will be unable to upload more images until Jan 1st, 2017. Thank you to all of the participants who continue submit images to our free online photo critiques! We truly enjoy viewing your images!

This week we are featuring critiques from our BPSOP instructor Mike Shaw & Mark English. Let’s take a look at what they have to say about your work!

If you would like to have a chance at getting YOUR photo critiqued please submit an image to us at http://bpsop.com/photo-review-contest/ 

Mike Shaw’s Photo Critique:

 

Mark English’s Photo Critique:

Photos Critiqued

"Sunset Landscape" By: Audra Crall

“Sunset Landscape” By: Audra Crall

"Mysterious" By: Susanne Landolt

“Mysterious” By: Susanne Landolt

"The Black Stallion Returns" By: Elisabeth Haug

“The Black Stallion Returns” By: Elisabeth Haug

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“Happy” By: Hernan Quintero

"Sweet Guinea Pig" By: Tony Colvin

“Sweet Guinea Pig” By: Tony Colvin

Mike Shaw Teaches:

Night & Star Trail Photography

Mark English Teaches:

The Art of Printing & Selling Your Art

To submit your images now visit: Photo Critique

To Bring or Not to Bring

Many people ask Bryan if he always brings a camera everywhere he goes. If you are seeking photographic opportunity then you need to know what camera to bring with you! Listen to Bryan’s superior advice on always being prepared for photographic excellence!

– Founder of BPSOP – Bryan Peterson

Bryan Teaches: 

Understanding Exposure & Your DSLR

The Art of Seeing

Mastering Nikon Flash Photography

Photo Critique Friday

Please only submit a 1-2 images each week, as once you submit the maximum of 20 images you will be unable to upload more images until Jan 1st, 2017. Thank you to all of the participants who continue submit images to our free online photo critiques! We truly enjoy viewing your images!

This week we are featuring critiques from our BPSOP instructor Holly Higbee – Jansen. Let’s take a look at what she has to say about your work!

If you would like to have a chance at getting YOUR photo critiqued please submit an image to us at http://bpsop.com/photo-review-contest/ 

Holly Higbee – Jansen’s Photo Critique:

 

Photos Critiqued

"Boston Harbor Moonrise" By: Tom Foster

“Boston Harbor Moonrise” By: Tom Foster

"Velvet Night" By: Tom Dawson

“Velvet Night” By: Tom Dawson

"Pristine Antarctica" By: Michael D

“Pristine Antarctica” By: Michael D

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“Expecting” By: Monica

"Sun in the City" By: ShoB

“Sun in the City” By: ShoB

Holly Higbee – Jansen Teaches:

iPhone Photography

Lightroom Quickstart

 

To submit your images now visit: Photo Critique

Photo Critique Friday!

Please only submit a 1-2 images each week, as once you submit the maximum of 20 images you will be unable to upload more images until Jan 1st, 2017. Thank you to all of the participants who continue submit images to our free online photo critiques! We truly enjoy viewing your images!

This week we are featuring critiques from our BPSOP instructors Kathleen Clemons & Russ Isabella. Let’s take a look at what they have to say about your work!

If you would like to have a chance at getting YOUR photo critiqued please submit an image to us at http://bpsop.com/photo-review-contest/ 

Kathleen Clemons’s Photo Critique:

 

Russ Isabella’s Photo Critique:

Photos Critiqued

"Ironman 1032" By: Joseph Kostoss

“Ironman 1032” By: Joseph Kostoss

"Dinosaur" By: Susanne Landolt

“Dinosaur” By: Susanne Landolt

"Ready, Steady, Zoom!" By: Stuart Munro

“Ready, Steady, Zoom!” By: Stuart Munro

"Skogafoss Waterfall in Iceland" By: Maria Feht

“Skogafoss Waterfall in Iceland” By: Maria Feht

"Ave del Paraiso" By: Beatriz Consuelo de Muriel

“Ave del Paraiso” By: Beatriz Consuelo de Muriel

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