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Don't Be Afraid Of Constructive Criticism - Here's How It Can Help You

Learn why be constructive criticism can be detrimental to you and how you can make it work in your favour.

| General Photography


Constructive criticism can be a brilliant tool for photographers but like-wise, it can also be really unhelpful sometimes and that's why The School of Photography are exploring the topic in their latest photography video tutorial. 

The School of Photography team are mainly focusing on social media groups that are based around photography in their discussion but they also show you how to ask for constructive criticism in a way that will strengthen your learning. 

Remember, no matter who is giving it, an opinion is just an opinion so don't get annoyed if what someone is saying doesn't work for you or your equipment. Likewise, the internet attracts some really mean people who are only out to annoy you so please ignore these if you do come across them. 

These are just two of the obvious topics covered in the useful tutorial so do click 'play' above to hear my top tips on constructive criticism and how it can help you on your photography journey.

ePHOTOzine also has a forum where you can ask for photography advice and there's also an option in our Gallery to ask for constructive critique from a team of photographers who are more than happy to help. The Critique Gallery is where you can upload your photos for free, get friendly advice and help on improving your photography. If you want feedback, as well as expert advice, this is a great place to learn from others

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