New Photo Review Series: Introduction for Line, Light, and Color Chats and Photo Critiques with David Saffir and Sally Wiener Grotta

I’ve been working with Sally Wiener Grotta on a series of discussions of photography – less theory and more practical – ranging over use of light and shadow, energy in an image, focus and composition, textures, rule of thirds, and much more.

“An introductory slideshow for Line, Light & Color, an ongoing series of image discussions and critiques with photographers Sally Wiener Grotta and David Saffir. In this series, David and Sally will illustrate what they see as they view the world through their lenses, what inspires them, and how they use the various tools and their personal vision to achieve their goals.”

Each discussion is presented in the form of a Quicktime movie. The image is displayed, and our unplanned, candid comments and discussion are provided as well.Our initial set includes nine discussions. All took place when we happened to be attending a conference. The discussions are lively and in many cases we make an effort to approach photo review in new ways.

You can see the current series via this link: New Photo Review Series with David Saffir and Sally Wiener Grotta

We hope you enjoy these – we certainly plan a series during 2012, probably one each calendar quarter. We welcome feedback and questions, as we’d like to keep raising the bar as we go forward!

We welcome your feedback and suggestions.
Please share and re-tweet these if you wish!    Thanks, and good shooting!

 

2 thoughts on “New Photo Review Series: Introduction for Line, Light, and Color Chats and Photo Critiques with David Saffir and Sally Wiener Grotta

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