When you attend a concert, at some point you probably pull out a camera to grab a shot or two, but so does everyone else. What sets apart a good concert photo from the rest?
For our next episode of Critique the Community, we will provide feedback to 20 different images taken of live music performances to offer insight into good and bad concert photography. Of the submissions, two entrants will win a free Fstoppers original tutorial. The first winner will be chosen based on the highest average community rated image. The second winner will be chosen at random. You have until July 3, 2019 to submit up to two of your best images to participate.
Once you've uploaded your images, scroll through the rest of the submissions and provide a few thoughts of your own to your fellow community members. You can rate other images efficiently by using your number and key pad or leave comments on images when you notice problems that could be improved.
Thanks to Alex Cooke who provided the featured image.