Although adventure photography is a pretty niche part of the photography industry, we want to give it the spotlight in our next episode of Critique the Community. Let's hear what the community says about your pictures.
Elia Locardi is going to be at the Fstoppers studio for the next week and a half filming the post processing section for the newest iteration Photographing the World. We figured it's the perfect opportunity to let him critique your images.
This week's Critique the Community strays from our normal trend of genre specific photography and opens up submissions to any images that incorporate motion.
Lee and Patrick are currently traveling the world filming a new landscape photography tutorial with Elia Locardi. This offers us an excellent opportunity to put Elia on camera and critique your landscape photos.
It's time to put forth your best architectural photos and see if you can impress one of the most well known architectural photographers in the world, Mike Kelley. For the next episode of Critique the Community, Lee and Mike will be giving feedback to 20 submitted images below. Submit yours and join the challenge.
Wildlife photography can be one of the most difficult genres to capture well as photographers rarely have extensive control over each situation. Still, great skill is needed to capture incredible images of animals. Do you think your wildlife pictures stand out above your peers?
Our next Critique the Community launches our brand new platform for the series. Submit your best portrait for a chance to have it reviewed by the Lee Morris and Patrick Hall in addition to winning one of two free Fstoppers original tutorials.
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