If you just letting us know you will be attending, but are not submitting images, please submit a single entry with no image and in the Title field enter “RSVP”.

Submission guidelines:

  • You can submit up to 2 images for each session. Due to time limitation, we may not be able to critique all images.
  • You can provide multiple versions of an image for comparison / critique purposes. Images need to be in JPEG format, sRGB colour space, 8000×5333 pixels maximum.
  • If you want to provide raw files, please upload the file to a file sharing service of your choice (e.g. Google Drive, One Drive, WeTransfer), and include the link with the submission. Use the same file name as your finished file with “-org” as the last characters.
    Example: “yellow butterfly.jpg” and “yellow butterfly-org.cr2”.
  • Please submit your images by 8 pm on the Thursday before the critique session. This gives us time to prepare and provide the best feedback. We do accept late submissions.
  • If you’re not able to submit images ahead of time but are planning to provide your images during the session, please submit a single entry with no image and make the title “Bringing Images” so we know you’ll be attending and have images with you.
  • You can add / remove images and update the question up to the Thursday 8 pm deadline.

In the “Question” column, tell us something about the image, and what you’d like to critique to focus on. For example:

  • What is your creative goal, i.e. What do you plan to do with the image? (e.g. enter in photo contest, create a print to hang on a wall or give to family/friend, to sell copies, to share on social media, include in a slideshow of my trip to…, practicing to improve image quality, etc.)
  • What story are you trying to tell, i.e. What compelled you to capture this particular moment in time? (e.g. to show how beautiful my grandchild is, share the peacefulness of the moment, to capture the peak action, to share the beauty of my garden, to show the ornateness of the castle’s dining room, etc.)
  • Are you happy with the image? If not, why? What is it that you are not happy with? If you are happy with the image, what feedback are you looking for? (e.g. Want to find to if others like it too, need help in technical aspects, composition, etc.)
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