This experience is designed to know which paths to follow inside your photography catalog. It is recommended if you have taken at least 3,000 photos.
Through an in-depth analysis our expert photographers will help you discover unconscious patterns that when made conscious will help you focus on your photography style.
Perfect for those who want to start the process of becoming a visual storyteller, or simply learning something new about their photos.
“After 7 years taking pictures I didn’t notice I was followoing this patterns”.
“I’ve never put them together this way, it’s very enlightning to see a clear style in my photography and a project for the future”.
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“This is illuminating! It will help me focus more on what I want to show, this session is a step forward for my photo projects and goals.”
Choose your desired language, the right time and date. Keep in mind you’ll have to select a sample of pictures.
After the check out you’ll receive an e-mail with how to upload you pictures.
The day of your session, 5 min before you will receive a link to join our platform with your critiquer, grab a coffee and enjoy your live feedback session.
You will be ready to grow your photographic collection and get ready for our next step, become a photographic storyteller.
A Catalog Critique feedback session is an important part of a photographer’s journey. It is rewarding, enjoyable and a constructive experience that every person who enjoys photography should experience.
It will help you understand which areas of photography you are strong in and where you have space to improve (although we recommend first focusing on the areas you are strong in).
This is our specialty….. we find the best photographers world wide. We not only look for them to be the best photographers but also make sure they have qualities such as patience, kindness and are natural conversationalists.
They are here to help you to grow and enjoy your passion of photography.
We currently offer all of our experiences in English, Español and Italiano.
It all depends on the amount of pictures and the amount of time you’ve been taking photos.
We recommend our Catalog Critique product for anyone who has taken more than 3,000 pictures, and has been taking pictures for more than 6 months.
Never the less, you can come and our Expert Photo coaches will give you insightful information, even if you haven’t reached these milestones yet.
This is perfect for somebody like you. Remember that the objective is to analyze an overall catalog of photos. If you are an experienced photographer it will be very helpful to find your clear collections, but also the unconscious ones that you don’t even know you are following.
And if you are aiming to be a better storyteller this is the starting point of that journey.
You will receive an email with a link to upload your photos immediately after you book your session. You have up to 24 hours before the experience to have your photos uploaded, the phloc critiquer needs time to review your photos.
If we do not receive the photos 24 hours before your experience we will have to reschedule the session for another time.
You photos MUST be under 1mb per photo and in jpeg format.
It’s really up to you, but basically we recommend two different ways.
1) An overall sample of your whole portfolio trying to bring between 10 and 25 of each photographic style that you love to shoot (Landscape, Portrait, Macro, etc).
2) If you specifically know what your photography focus is, for example Street photography, you can bring all of your photo from this focus.
Remember: Try to bring images that don’t have technical problems, like focus or exposition, the idea here is to find your style. For technical feedback you can check Critique my Pic LINK
It’s a great question! After you have taken your first Catalog Critique session it is a good practice to have a new one every 1500 pictures or 6 months, but all depends how often you add pictures to your catalog.
Sure, please send us an email to email@example.com and we will coordinate a live call to you help you in anyway possible.