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Image Critique: Empowered - PPA Today

Image Critique: Empowered

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By Rachel Noto

Tomorrow is the last day of IPC judging, and you can still catch the last days of the judging live stream online and for free at Stream.theIPC.org through 6:00 pm today, and from 8:15 am to 6 pm tomorrow, Eastern Standard Time. Also make sure to tune in to IPC Live, a live webcast featuring interviews and Q & A's with the judges, hosted by Booray Perry, Cr.Photog., CPP.

If you haven't been watching the stream, here's a preview of what the judges will be taking into consideration as they judge images. In this video, IPC judge Larry Lourcey, M.Photog.Cr., CPP critiques the piece "Empowered" by Samuel Tarrel, CPP. This image was merited and accepted into PPA's Loan Collection, so there is plenty to learn from his work! 



Want more on IPC? Look at past critiques and head over to Stream.theIPC.org so you can tune in both today and tomorrow. We hope that both this critique and watching the judging and the IPC Live broadcast will inspire you to learn from the juror's comments and work toward creating competition-level images daily! You'll even be able to send in your questions through Twitter by using the hashtag #IPCLive.

Rachel Noto is one of the summer interns wandering around the labyrinthine offices of PPA, enthusiastically taking pictures of her cat, and occasionally getting a little writing and design done. An Atlanta native, she's learned to embrace the feeling of getting lost every now and then, though she now spends most of the year in the gridded city of Savannah, Georgia, where she attends the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has a passion for food, cute animals, and communication in all of its forms.

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