Panoramic images are typically created by taking a series of photos side by side and stitching them together with software. However, for this Critique the Community, you can also submit any photograph that has been stitched together.
All of these images have made over $2,000. The highest earning image has made somewhere between $200,000-$300,000. Based on your first impression looking at them, would you guess they've made that much?
Congrats to our winners! Figure out which tutorial you want from the Fstoppers Store and David will reach out to you soon.
To be a part of the next critique you must only upload images that have made at least $2000 or more. The more money the image has made, the better. You can upload your submissions here: https://fstoppers.com/critique-community/submit-your-most-profitable-photo
Although Lee and Patrick aren't car experts, they still can discern good photos from poorly executed ones. Listen as they critique 20 images from the Fstoppers Community and let us know if you think they're feedback was on point.
Mike Kelley joined Patrick in critiquing twenty real estate images from the Fstoppers community and provided some excellent feedback. Do you agree with the final image ratings?
Who could be better to review concert photography than two photographers who are also musicians? Patrick Hall is joined by photographer and musician Keith Bradshaw for this week's episode.
Sometimes photos of ripped men are well shot and are pleasing to look at, sometimes they're not. Listen to Lee Morris and Kieth Bradshaw break down good and bad men's fitness photography in this week's Critique the Community.
With a recent friendly competition between Fstoppers and SLR Lounge, Lee had the chance to meet up with Pye Jirsa to critique 20 images of dogs. Apparently Pye has a soft spot for the furry little beasts.
This week's topic will probably never be featured again, which is why we brought in an extremely special guest to rate our twenty selections for this once in a lifetime Fstoppers event, Lee's mom. Do you agree with Lee's and her ratings?
An unfortunate turn of events when filming makes this episode of Critique the Community one of the most concise we've filmed. Despite that, do you think the comments Lee and Patrick made are fair?
Although seamless backgrounds can create one of the simplest photography setups, there were a wide variety of images that were taken for this week's episode of Critique the Community. Were the images judged fairly in your opinion?
We had a great range of submissions for our technology themed Critique the Community. Lee and Patrick have given their thoughts on 20 images. Do you agree with their feedback?
Compositing is a nuanced photographic skill that requires a practiced eye to do well. Thankfully, we had a master of compositing join us to provide some amazing feedback in this episode of Critique the Community, Josh Rossi. Do you agree with his and Lee's critiques?
Strength can take on many forms but for this week's episode of Critique the Community, Lee picked out 10 images that focused on strength of the human body. Do you agree with his and Patrick's feedback?
Lee and Patrick sat down to critique a wide variety of images with the theme of "Valentine's Day love." How do you feel about the ratings of this weeks selections?
We had an great variety of submissions for our color grade Critique. Check out our selections and let us know if you agree with the ratings.
Our "Winter" images have been rated by Lee, Patrick, and the rest of the community. The winners of the free Fstoppers tutorials are...
With Lee and Patrick's move to Puerto Rico, the results for this episode of Critique the Community took a little longer to release. Now that they are in, do you think they rated these images fairly?
We had some incredible street photography submissions this week and Lee was more generous with his ratings than he's ever been.
We chose 20 images submitted for this week's theme of repetition to provide feedback to. Do you think Lee and Patrick were fair in their critiques?
This week, Lee and I were able to critique the genre which we have the most experience with, wedding photography. Do you think we rated these images fairly?
Many of the black and white images submitted for this week's critique were stunning, though Lee and Patrick didn't always agree. How do you think the 20 selections should have been rated?
We sat down with Fstoppers' best commercial product photographer to critique this weeks product photos from the community. Do you agree with Brian's and my ratings and feedback?
Underwater photography is one of the most difficult genres to shoot. Despite that, there were some fantastic images submitted for this Critique.
Twenty adventure photographs were chosen and rated by the Fstoppers team. Do you think the feedback is fair?
Twenty landscape images were selected from over 1,000 submissions and two special guests were here to give their critique. Do you agree with the feedback?
Twenty images were selected to be critiqued and the winners have been chosen. Do you agree with the ratings?