Finding and expressing our vision involves having our work critiqued in order to know where we are at and how others respond to our images. As Alain Briot remarks, a print critique is an important event in the life of a landscape photographer
For me critiquing photographs is synonymous with reviewing a selection of prints. Of course, the subject can be extended to critiquing any photographs, including those seen in an exhibition or a publication for example. However, for the purpose of this essay I am purposefully limiting the scope of my remarks to what is commonly referred to as ‘a print review.’
A print review, or print critique, can take place in a variety of contexts including a photography workshop, a photo club meeting, an informal gathering of…
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