What we do
PhotoCrit.com is a photo critique service. You
submit your photographs, and we critique them.
Our goal is to promote visual literacy while
assisting you to become an aesthetically, technically, and conceptually
stronger, more aware photographer. [more...]
What is a critique?
A critique, in this sense, refers to informed commentary and feedback
about what is seen and communicated within an image. The critique
process is standard in art education across all media. While studying
art, critiques are given to the student in order to assist them in
becoming stronger artists. Our premise at PhotoCrit.com is that the
critique is a necessary part of the creative process and need not
stop when formal education has ended. By helping photographers and
laypeople understand the images they create, they will necessarily
become more visually literate and therefore stronger photographers.
What does it cost?
We offer several different critique options, so prices vary depending
on what you want. Refer to the price table for
How do I submit my photos?
Submitting photos online is easy. Just follow these simple
What is PhotoCrit.com?
PhotoCrit.com is a for-profit website that critiques photographs
so that individual photographers and organizations will learn the
skills needed to enable them to become more visually literate and
ultimately become more expressive artists and communicators. Professional
and amateur photographers alike can utilize their critiques to become
more aesthetically, conceptually, and technically aware of their
artistic process and craft.
PhotoCrit.com sets aside a portion of their profits to ensure their
long-range goals, which include:
- Creating and instituting visual literacy curricula in elementary
and secondary public schools.
- Creating after school programs that teach students the technical
and expressive use of photography.
Critiques are provided by PhotoCrit.com’s founder, Gale
Jesi, and other photographers with expertise in visual literacy.