We had a great time at last night’s mini-photography clinic at the Salt Lake City library. With over 60 photographers in attendance, the energy in the room was exceptional.
The theme of the night was “How to Make a Great Photo” and it featured a town-hall type of format. Four panelists shared a couple of images each for the group to critique. After overcoming a bit of trouble with the setting sun entering the room, we got down to the business of sharing opinions on what worked and/or didn’t work in the example photos.
I can’t thank enough the photographers that participated – both on the panel and in the audience. The feedback given on the subject images was exceptional. I hope that everyone who attended gained a little bit more insight into what makes a great photo.
Special kudos go out to our panel members (Amy Howton, Ed Paz, Scott Smith and Suzanne Plant), who willingly placed their work under the spotlight of critique. They were all great sports and very helpful.
Here are the images that were offered for critique (in the order presented):
I truly enjoy hosting these free clinics every-other-month. The next one is tentatively scheduled for October 22nd and will feature food photography with Nicole Young.