VW22: Reflected Light Critique

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The team takes a look at some of the images submitted for the Reflected Light assignment, and shares their thoughts.

VW21: Seasonal Colors Critique

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In Visual Wilderness episode 21, we critique a collection of photos from our seasonal color assignment.

VW18 – The Golden Hour Critique

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This episode is all about the golden hours - shooting into the sun, shooting away from the sun... and we even take a few minutes to talk about shooting after the sun has set!

VW17 – Single Color Images Critique

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Single Color Images aren't easy to create, but community members came up with some really creative results using a variety of lenses.

VW15 - Moving Subjects Assignment Critique

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In Visual Wilderness episode 15, we talk about our June assignment - photographing moving subjects.

VW14 – A Portfolio that Sells: Part 2

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In Visual Wilderness episode 14, we talk with Ugo Cei about building a commercial portfolio and finding potential clients.

VW13 - RAW Processing Assignment Critique

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In this episode of Visual Wilderness, we talk about the results of the May assignment were varied and creative! In this episode of Visual Wilderness, we talk about the RAW assignment.

VW11 - A Portfolio that Sells: Part 1

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In Visual Wilderness episode #11, we talk with Ugo Cei about building a commercial portfolio and finding potential clients.

VW10 - Details Assignment Critique

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In this episode, we critique the April 2014 "Details" Assignment, and talk about general guidelines for critique.

VW9 - How to choose a Tripod

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In this episode of Visual Wilderness, we discuss the characteristics of tripods that are important to us, and how we use different features in the field with special guest Karin Nelson.

VW8 - How to Calibrate a Monitor

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In this episode, we talk about how we calibrate our monitors, and answer questions from the audience about matching prints to what you see on your monitors.

VW7 - The Importance of Critique

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Visual Wilderness episode 7 is all about Critique. Learning to give a good critique will help you grow as a photographer - even as you are helping others get better too!