Twenty images taken at night were put in front of Lee and Patrick to rate. There was a lot of disagreement.
This weeks episode of Critique the Community provided a wonderful exercise in photographic simplicity. Of the many beautiful submissions we received, here are our thoughts on 20 of them.
We received some fantastic images of engagement rings and the winners of the $1,200 and $300 B&H gift certificates have been chosen.
We took a trip up to New York City last week and sat down with Peter Hurley to critique 20 high school senior portraits submitted by the community. Here are the results.
We had quite a wide variety of photos submitted for the latest episode of Critique the Community. Here are the ratings and the winners of the free Fstoppers' original tutorials.
During their trip around South America, Lee and Elia took a quick break from their work on Photographing the World 4 to critique the wide variety of submissions sent in by the Fstoppers Community and announced the winners of the Fstoppers tutorials.
The community has voted, the tutorial winners have been chosen, and Lee and Mike Kelley have sat down to give their feedback to 20 architectural images submitted by Fstoppers members. Here are the results.
Wildlife photography can be a tricky genre to critique. It's tempting to be impressed by images of exotic animals but are the animals themselves a reason to rate a picture highly? Take a look through our selections of for the latest episode of Critique the Community and see if your ratings match up with Lee, Patrick, and the rest of the Fstoppers Community.
The votes have been cast and Fstoppers members have given their feedback in the latest episode of Critique the Community. Check out the 20 images we chose to give feedback to and see if your ratings matched up with Lee and Patrick and the average consensus from the community.
Fstoppers wants to thank all the participants of the latest Critique the Community. Everyone's participation with the new contest system was a huge success with 1,152 submissions and over 38,000 votes. Here are the results.