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Online Learning: Online Critiques Sessions

 

Get constructive feedback on your images to gain new ideas, polish your style, and refine your skills!

 

Online critique sessions start with a seed: a challenge or theme. Participants have the option of creating new images or culling from their archives.

 

Because of the interactive nature of these session, group size is limited to 8 people so that everyone gets the personal attention to their images they deserve.

 

During the online critique session, the group will review up to two (2) submitted photographs per person for 16 total images. We'll discuss both technical and creative aspects of each photograph, specifically outlining what works and what might be improved. These image review sessions offer attendees a safe, supportive, and non-competitive environment where trying new things is encouraged and growth is valued over results.

 

Each three-hour session costs $35/person.

 

Register now for my upcoming online critique sessions:

 

Saturday, July 25, 2020

9 am-12 pm PT


Theme: Make a Splash! Moving Water

Focused on reviewing images that feature moving water (blurred or frozen) as the primary subject in a composition--wide-angle, telephoto, and close-up scenes all welcomed!

 

Sold out--contact Colleen for waitlist.

 

 

Upon registration, you'll receive an email confirmation with the session login information, a description of the theme/challenge, and submission guidelines for the critique photographs.

 

Should a online critique session sell out, please send me a note with your preferred session theme. I'll add additional critique sessions based on demand.

 

If you're looking for an individual 1:1 critique of your images, please visit our Consulting page for more details how to arrange such a session.

 

 

Testimonials:

Here's what people are saying about my previous critique sessions:

 

"You have a special way to do critiques with kind and inspiring comments."
~Mary H.

"Your critiques are an absolute smash, as you creatively improve what each photographer "saw" as appealing to begin with!"
~John C.


"Best critique sessions I was ever a part of."

Ron B.