One of the best ways to get better at photography is to have good feedback on your photos.
There is a big difference between good and not-so-good feedback. For example, when I ask my mother what she thinks of a photo that I am very proud and took me hours to create she will say, "That's nice dear." Although my mother is great and she is very nice, but the word nice doesn't help a whole lot when you are trying to figure out why the shutter speed didn't blur the waterfall or the flower is still not in focus. Nice is for mothers, not making better photos.
Good, objective and constructive feedback is often difficult to get but without it we are alone wandering in the wilderness of our own view of what it good or bad or out of focus, or exposure, composition, depth of field, shutter speed, etc.
How it works...
Send Brad 100 unedited photos. He will look for patterns in your shooting; what you are doing great and what are the common things to work on that will make your photography better. He will email a write-up on the feedback.
We guarantee you will have a lot of 'Aha' moments that will help your photography!