Photography Critique :: Episode 9
We are back with Photography Critique, Episode 9! I had everything ready to do some of these critiques when I was in Dubai. I had the opportunity to have some GREAT guests for this series BUT the Internet sucked and when I did have time to grab one of our distinguished colleagues, the Internet was broken.
For new blog readers, of which there are many (thanks Strobist, Joe, David, and Chase!), this is a series that my wife, Meghan and I do. Folks email their web site in and we stay up far too late at night giving our thoughts about their work and photography in general. I’m a full time photographer and Meg is not. She brings a different point of view to the work. I do not provide links to those getting a critique. This ensures their web site does not get indexed by Google so prospective clients don’t happen upon a possible negative critique of the person they are thinking of hiring. If you want to see their work then watch the video. You’ll figure it out from there.
I am still researching hosts for these videos to turn this into a podcast. My plate is filled though so this is not a current priority. If one of you knows a great, quick, and affordable solution to this please email me. Send that email to zack @ zackarias [dot] com and place “Podcast solution” in the subject line.
If you want to have your site put on the list of work to be critiqued then please email the URL and any other information you would like us to know about yourself of questions you may have to :: critique @ zackarias [dot] com. Notice the “k” in the spelling of my name.
PS – Remember how Meg and I gushed over that parking lot image by Michael Sebastian in one of our first critiques? We are the proud owners of a beautiful print of that image. We are currently deciding which piece of art in our house will have to move so we can hang that in its place! Thanks Michael!
While we are at it, we would like to thank y’all who have sent us nice little gifts for our soon, soon, soon to be born son. We cherish your thoughtfulness! I would name names but that list isn’t in front of me and I have a meeting to get to. You know who you are!