Give-A-Crit allows photographers to upload images and get serious critique from professional photographers. Through video recordings and on-the-fly editing tools, photographers can engage in honest feedback and critique with each other.
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Artists and creatives need critique to thrive and produce their best work. As digital photography has exploded in the last decade, hundreds of thousands of people have taken up photography. These new photographers turned to flickr and other sites for feedback and critique. However, text based comments don’t provide for a serious and honest critique. They lack context, technical information, and natural conversation.
Give-A-Crit seeks to address this problem through 4 major design principles; Show and Tell, Respond, Choose, and Quality.
Show and Tell
Video critiques coupled with on-the- fly edits enable professionals to give quality, honest critiques.
Photographers can watch any critique and can respond to critiques of their own photographs.
Photographers can request specific critics for each photograph they submit for critique.
Critics are of the highest quality to ensure professional, honest, and serious critique
Below you will find my thesis (or capstone) poster from my master’s program. You can find more information about the project via my blog.