Learn to Critique Your Own Photographs
By Veronica Armstrong on September 30, 2012
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[Learning how to honestly judge your own photography is the topic from Veronica Armstrong today. She has some excellent advice. -Virginia]
While it’s great to have the technical or processing mistakes you’ve missed pointed out by others it important to learn how to look for these flaws yourself. Once you learn how to look at your own work with a critical eye your progress will skyrocket.
Don’t forget that technical or processing flaws do not equal bad photo. Snapshots of our lives do not need to be perfect. Keep them. Treasure them. I’m talking about shots you want to add to your portfolio, have professionally printed, or perhaps enter in a contest.
Dandelion blower by Veronica Armstrong. Used with permission.
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