The first thing you will do as a photo critic is ask yourself two basic questions of each and every photograph that you view:
•Is the photograph a technically perfect image?
•Is the photograph an aesthetically pleasing image?
If the image cannot meet these two basic requirements—technically perfect and aesthetically pleasing—you should stop the critique. Any photographer who cannot create a technically perfect and aesthetically pleasing photograph should not expect to have his or her work exhibited to the viewing public.
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