Photo Critique Friday

Thank you to all of the participants who have submitted images to our free online photo critiques this year! We truly enjoy viewing your images! We will continue the critique summer 2017.

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

Bobbie Lane’s Photo Critique:

 

Photos Critiqued

"Another Day at the Office" By: Manny Roman

“Another Day at the Office” By: Manny Roman

"Family Reunion" By: Anne K Yatteau

“Family Reunion” By: Anne K Yatteau

"Sitting Pretty" By: Cindy Wiltse

“Sitting Pretty” By: Cindy Wiltse

"Tired Mom Needs a Break" By: Marion Esposito

“Tired Mom Needs a Break” By: Marion Esposito

"November at Rainbow Falls" By: Rachel Epstein

“November at Rainbow Falls” By: Rachel Epstein

Photo Critique Friday

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!

Holly Higbee-Jansen’s Photo Critique:

 

Photos Critiqued

"Slow Shutter Speed Photo" By: Sanoop

“Slow Shutter Speed Photo” By: Sanoop

"Beautiful Rock Formation & 4000 yr old Drawings" By: Marge Pangione

“Beautiful Rock Formation & 4000 yr old Drawings” By: Marge Pangione

"Frames on the Porch" By: Georgette Grossman

“Frames on the Porch” By: Georgette Grossman

"Grand Vista" By: Gary Lange

“Grand Vista” By: Gary Lange

"Lifeguard Stand 2E" By: Swabby111

“Lifeguard Stand 2E” By: Swabby111

Holly Higbee – Jansen Teaches:

Lightroom Quickstart

iPhone 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 Mike Shaw. Let’s take a look at what he 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/ 

Mike Shaw’s Photo Critique:

 

Photos Critiqued

"Labour Day Weekend 2016" By: Rachel Epstein

“Labour Day Weekend 2016” By: Rachel Epstein

"Fall Meets Winter" By: Coleen Spatafora

“Fall Meets Winter” By: Coleen Spatafora

"Under the Bridge" By: Kathy Cavallaro

“Under the Bridge” By: Kathy Cavallaro

"Clanmacnoise Graveyard Ireland" By: fitzpami2

“Clanmacnoise Graveyard Ireland” By: fitzpami2

"Whale Tails" By: Arabella S Dane

“Whale Tails” By: Arabella S Dane

Mike Shaw Teaches:

Star Trails & Night Photography

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 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

"Dubrovnik by the Seas" By: Carolyn T Davis

“Dubrovnik by the Seas” By: Carolyn T Davis

"Loon taking Flight" By: Jeffrey LeGrow

“Loon taking Flight” By: Jeffrey LeGrow

"Anenome Clownfish, Red Sea, Egypt" By: Diana Spitzley

“Anenome Clownfish, Red Sea, Egypt” By: Diana Spitzley

"On Uncharted Waters" By: Aleksander Rotner

“On Uncharted Waters” By: Aleksander Rotner

"Sony a600, 55mm f1.8" By SAIF

“Sony a600, 55mm f1.8” By SAIF


Holly Higbee – Jansen Teaches:

iPhone Photography

Lightroom Quickstart

To submit your images now visit: Photo Critique

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