Episode 2 ~ Critiquing Your Images

Tuning In

Hi everyone! Thanks so much for listening to our first podcast, Episode 1 – Introductions. Like Mac had mentioned, it’s a little rough around the edges, but we strive to improve with every show and we hope you keep tuning in for more.

Are your images on the internet for all to see? How do you feel about someone critiquing your images? Do you prefer a drive by, “lovely shot!”, or are you more part of the ever fading constructive criticism crowd? We discuss just this and more in episode #2!

What Is Critique? 

Critique is a method of disciplined, systematic analysis of a written or oral discourse. Critique is commonly understood as fault finding and negative judgment, but it can also involve merit recognition, and in the philosophical tradition it also means a methodical practice of doubt.

What are some of the most helpful critiques you have received on a photo? Have you received negative feedback? How did you handle it? Feel free to tell us in comments below. Be sure to link us your sites / blog / Flickr streams and if possible, the image itself! You know we want to take a peek! If you have anything else to say, here is the place to do it as well!

Cheers, y’all!

Links from the show:

How to handle unwanted critique?

Top 10 Most Annoying photo critique comments.


Episode 1 »» Podcast Introductions

Episode 1 »» Podcast Introductions

Welcome To Shutter Time

This is our premiere podcast! It maybe a bit rough around the edges, but I promise it will be better and better, as my mad audio editing skills will improve, as will the hosts of the show once we get our feet wet. We have submitted the show to iTunes, so expect it there soon. We’re looking forward to hearing from you all, with tips, ideas, etc etc.  Thank you for listening! We hope you enjoy the show.

Have A Listen

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Editorial, opinionated photography discussions.