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Critique: Breeze in the Marsh - PPA Today

Critique: Breeze in the Marsh

If you are (still) concerned about entering the International Photographic Competition (IPC), or any District Competitions that are currently going on, we want to show you some of the critiques to take some of the fear out! We hear time and time again from photographers who compete that once you overcome your nerves and enter, your skills and technique will improve--not to mention the confidence boost! And most get hooked! The best way to get the most out of your experience in a photographic competition is to have your images critiqued by an IPC judge. Once you understand the elements being judged and how they are scored, it's up to you to get in the game! 

 Below you will find an example of exactly what we're talking about. This image is "Breeze in the Marsh" by Timothy Eddington and critiqued in this video by Larry Lourcey, IPC Judge. Watch the critique. You will see why this image was accepted into the General Collection and how it could be improved to go Loan.

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This page contains a single entry by Professional Photographers of America (PPA) published on January 9, 2015 4:40 PM.

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