Photographers, remember… when your image is critiqued… don’t respond with reasons why your image came out the way it did.  It is VERY difficult to listen to the mistakes we make in our work. It took me years to train myself to be humble and soak in the advice others had for me. Try hard to be thankful and not make excuses. This is the sign of a seasoned artist!


For all the images below, do these three things:

  1. State weather the image is overexposed (too bright) or underexposed (too dark).
  2. State which option you feel would better compensate for this (slower/faster shutter speed, wider/smaller aperture or faster/slower ISO).
  3. Explain why.

Feel free to comment on an image that was already commented on. Remember, these critiques help our peers. Feel free to leave as many comments as you like and don’t forget to use kind words.


My goodness! I am blown away by how much you guys have learned! These portraits are amazing, and I’m NOT exaggerating! Super proud teacher moment right here… Just sayin’

Lewisville Park Portraits

I am amazed at how many photos everyone submitted from Lewisville! I am also amazed at how well they turned out! Composition is lovely, and I’m surprised at how well your exposure came out considering everyone was shooting manually for the first time!