This is a community of passionate photographers to work together to improve one another's work. Our goal might be described as making this a place geared toward helping aspiring and even professional photographers with honest feedback. We would like the information given here to be a tool to help those that are serious about their photography to improve.#### Description Welcome to /r/photocritique/
This is a community of passionate photographers to work together to improve one another's work. Post your photographs here for advice. Browse other's shots and give critique and draw inspiration.
Posters: Other community members are doing you a favor by critiquing your work. Do them a favor by being open minded, and respectful. Remember, you asked for critique, so you're helping no one when you immediately defend your photo. This is a place for polite discussion.
Critiquers: Help facilitate a conversation by always being polite and respectful when providing comments on an image.
When posting photos please try and remember the following abbreviated rules for the subreddit:
Post only photos you took.
Only one photograph is allowed per submission
Follow up critique request is required.
Not Suitable for Work (NSFW) must be marked
Comments should be critiques
You must engage with the community
Post direct links to photos
No self promotion/karma whoring
Most importantly... be nice!
The full rules can be found here. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to message the mods.
Posts which break the rules will be removed at moderator discretion.
Check out a few common mistakes made by redditors on r/photocritique.
Please try not to up/down vote a submission without first leaving a constructive comment, that is why we're here after all!
The most common phrases the members use: