Critique the Community

Concerts

Submit your best live music photo for a chance to win a free Fstoppers tutorial
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Who could be better to review concert photography than two photographers who are also musicians? Patrick Hall is joined by photographer and musician Keith Bradshaw for this week's episode.

Congratulations to our two winners! Simon Shaw submitted the image that earned the highest average community rating and Brad Norling was chosen as the random entrant to win a free Fstoppers tutorial. We will be in touch with both of you to claim your prize. 

If you would like to participate in next week's episode, submit your real estate photos HERE.

  • Submission Deadline: Thu, 04 Jul 19 03:45:00 +0000

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  • 474 people have cast a total of 33,059 votes on 371 submissions from 227 contestants.
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3 Comments

andrew basson's picture

whohooo thank you for the critique, this was definitely not something I normally take photos of, these challenges and such are fun they force me to try new things, that event did indeed suck with not much going on still gave it a go

Simon Shaw's picture

The feedback I've had about my image is incredible - thank you everyone, so much fun and learning from looking at everyone else's submissions - some worldie shots I have no idea how some have been captured 😂

Ruth Carll's picture

Here is an idea for thought. If you really want to critique with the goal of helping everyone improve, consider each choosing your top 10 images and critiquing them. You could each compare your 10s then you 9s .... up to your 1s. Then give those two the prizes. It would be more helpful, in my opinion, to hear you critique top submissions and why they are great than hear wishy washy feedback about random images. Set the bar, say why and give everyone motivation to get in the Top 10. That would be a lot more engaging then crossing your fingers for a random inclusion or watching you critique images that you don't even like.

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