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Critique: "A Little to the Left" - PPA Today

Critique: "A Little to the Left"

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By Aleighia Rouse 

The 2015 International Photographic Competition (IPC) may have concluded, but we here at PPA want to make sure you stay on your toes and are prepared for next year's competition. It is never too early or too late to learn, especially when it comes to photography techniques that will improve yours overall skill as a photographer. 

PPA is always looking for new approaches to help photographers. If you entered the competition then you know your images were being judged against the 12 Elements of a Merit Image. This serves as a very effective way to spot how or where you can enhance your photography and also know what you did well. 

The critique below is for Janet Boschker, M.Photog.Cr. of Lisa Blaschke, CPP and her image "A Little to the Left."


We really hope this critique can help you get a better understanding of what the IPC judges are looking for when analyzing images. Keep posted on our blog for more critiques and helpful tips to stay informed. The Loan Collection images from the 2015 International Photographic Competition will be exhibited for over 10,000 photographic talents to see at the 2016 Imaging USA in Atlanta, January 10 -12! If you have not already, register for Imaging USA today!

JOY_7309-1.JPGAleighia Rouse is known by her happy personality and bubbly voice. With over 6 years of film and photography experience, Aleighia can relate to most of the issues that come along with being a photographer. A graduating senior at Spelman College and one of PPA's Marketing and Communications interns, Aleighia aspires to hold a position just like the amazing people she works around. 

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