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Critique Your Photos With David Joel
You do not need to be a student of ours to attend!
We often love our photos. They can communicate a joyful feeling, a soft mood, or a sense of excitement
But what are the visual aspects of the photo that elicit these feelings and emotions?
What do you actually see in the photo that leads you to like (or dislike) it?
By understanding what you 'like' or 'don't like' in a photo, you will be able to analyze what you have created.
And by grasping the internal visual elements of an image you will vastly improve your photography.
Rather than instinctively grabbing a shot, you will understand the visual tools that create an effective photograph-- and how to use them.
David Joel is a career professional photographer with a worldwide clientele and a special interest in visual literacy. He has taught hundreds of students at many levels of
photography. He is also a part of the RSCPC community.
You can be a beginner to an advanced amateur to participate and don't need to be a current or past student of ours. You can also observe the critique without bringing your own photos.
First come first served-- class is limited to 6 people-- DON'T MISS THIS!
NO Prerequisite – you do not need to be student of ours!
Limit of 6 - BUT OTHERS MAY OBSERVE THE CRITIQUE
Bring two of your best photos - hard copy or electronic
Other Class Info
Open to all levels
4001 N. Ravenswood Ave.
Chicago, IL 60613