Photography Critique :: Episode 6
Here is the second half of last night’s critique. Or should I say this morning’s critique. Yes, we do get a little too chit chatty at 1:30am as Casper noted in the comments of episode 5. We will tighten that up a bit for sure.
For this second half episode we look at two very talented photographers specializing in children photography. Gloria says she is passionate about her craft and she just started her business one month ago. If what we have to look at is a photographer in business for only one month, then she is going to be a force to reckon with in central Illinois.
We wrap it up by looking at the work of Anita. Anita is another talented child / family photographer who feels like she is in a rut right now. I chose her work to critique for this “passion” theme because it seems as though her passion is running low. Anita, Meg found a great quote and we dedicate it to you…
“What saves a man is to take a step. And then another step. It is always the same step, but you have to take it.” – Antoine deSaint-Exupéry
I’m going to knock one more episode out by tomorrow and then transition into doing these about once a week or as I can get to them. We have had a blast running through these this week and establishing this series, but I have an intense schedule for the next four weeks so I have to get focused on the shoots on the books and Gulf Photo Plus at the end of the month. I’m hoping to snag some guest photographers at GPP to help me critique some sites while I’m there. We shall see.