Photo Critique Week 11

BPSOP would like to apologize for any difficulties you may have experienced recently uploading images to our online photo critique submission. We have identified the issue and resolved the problem. You will now be able to upload your images again. 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 Brit Hammer & Robert LaFollette Let’s take a look at what they 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/ 

Brit Hammer’s Photo Critique:

Robert LaFollette’s Photo Critique:

Photos Critiqued

"Logan Landing" By: Richard Shandross

“Logan Landing” By: Richard Shandross

"County Fair" By: Srini Malipeddi

“County Fair” By: Srini Malipeddi

"Bird on the Hunt in Utila" By: Sandi Holst

“Bird on the Hunt in Utila” By: Sandi Holst

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“Looking Glass Zoom” By: Jim Wood

"Mandrill" By: Steve Feldman

“Mandrill” By: Steve Feldman

CC Projects Hot Tip

The idea behind Photoshop CC Projects is to take regular Photoshoppers, (photographers rather than artists), to a new level of creativity. Though essentially designed as a follow-on from my Photoshop CC Essentials course, Adobe Photoshop CC Projects is open to all levels from experience beginner, up.

The idea is to learn how to create stunning images, not necessarily by trying to be cleverer in post-production than everyone else (that can get complex and time consuming) but by showing students how to create something quite different with the minimum of fuss.

Check out Robin’s quick tip about custom Photoshop brushes!

Working Hands

Are you searching for a new subject matter?? Try focusing on HANDS! Watch Bryan Peterson’s tip on working hands for some creative ideas for your photography.

– BPSOP Founder: Bryan Peterson

Bryan Teaches:

Understanding Exposure & Your DSLR

The Art of Seeing

Mastering Nikon Flash Photography

Photo Critique Week 10

BPSOP would like to apologize for any difficulties you may have experienced recently uploading images to our online photo critique submission. We have identified the issue and resolved the problem. You will now be able to upload your images again. 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 Lee Varis & Chris Hurtt. Let’s take a look at what they 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/ 

Lee Varis’ Photo Critique:

Chris Hurtt’s Photo Critique:

Photos Critiqued

"Rose" By: Desi

“Rose” By: Desi

"Clouds Over the Lake" By: Cornelia Denk

“Clouds Over the Lake” By: Cornelia Denk

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“Cloud Dance” By: Dan White

"Fun in the City at Night" By: Rose Campbell

“Fun in the City at Night” By: Rose Campbell

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“The Tailor” By: Edward Younan

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  • I would like to thank you Monika and Patrik for your great comments and great class lessons. I have gotten a lot of new ideas for shooting flora to try out. And your comments have helped me look at my images a little closer before I press the shutter button. I'm happy I took this class!! Read More
    Sunny Marker Photographing Flora
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