Analysing and Critiquing Your Photography

No matter how much you trust your own eye, it can be hard to tell if your work is up to scratch. But learning to analyse and critique your images is a crucial skill for any photographer interested in improving. Fortunately, these analytical and critical skills can be learned and practiced like any other. 

In this live photography workshop, now available to watch as a replay, Karl offers a host of useful tips and strategies for getting honest and accurate feedback on your work – both from yourself and others.

He also discusses the importance of finding benchmarks with which to compare your own images, and explains how to make sure your photography keeps improving so that you can eventually reach the very highest level you can.

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Comments

  1. Great talk Karl. The thought you and your team put into delivering such valuable insights into the world of photography are fantastic.

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