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Black on Black, (Challenge #4) – Critique and Review

Below are the submissions we received and reviewed during our online critique session on Photigy LIVE.

Each photo below was reviewed and improvements were suggested, based on how it was photographed and  what the photographer had at his/her disposal for the shot.

Check out lighting setups and behind the scenes descriptions for each image on the Studio Basics forum topic here:

CHALLENGE  #4 (Note: you must be logged in to your Studio Basics account to access this forum)

Winners of the Challenge #4 - best 3 images

Congratulations on your amazing accomplishments!

Below are the winners of Studio Basics program photography challenge. Note: Pro Club members¬†may submit their photos for this challenge, but they will not be part of judged competition, since this is a entry-level “Sb” challenge.

Best 3 images from the Studio Basics Challenge were¬†selected by combining votes of Photigy’s¬†instructors

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First Place Рphoto by Maja

Maja will receive $50 worth discount for any course on Photigy e-store

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Second Place – photo by Andreas

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Third Place Рphoto by Dmitry

Submissions to the challenge from Studio Basics members

Submissions to the challenge from Pro Club members

Critique & Review, and winner selection webinar

Host(s): Alex Koloskov 

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7 responses on "Black on Black, (Challenge #4) - Critique and Review"

  1. Hi Alex
    Thanks for your nice review :)

    You asked if we would comment on your choice of time for the live review, so here goes: If the Live event is at 8 PM GMT +1, it’s fine by me. But…
    I’m from Denmark. Friday at 6.15 PM I checked out the challenge page to see when you would start, and the countdown thing you have said 3 hours and 45 minutes, which would mean 10 PM for me. A little late, but I was ready and able in front of my screen with pop-corns and stuff at this time, but by then the event was finished… okay, time difference is 9 hours and I forgot to add 1 hour for summertime, but I don’t know where the last hour disappeared to :/ Lucky for me I could watch the video, so no problem, but I have to learn how to use the count down feature. Maybe I should take a course ;)

    But thanks again – it was fun participating :)
    /Shanne

    • Shanne,
      Sorry about this. It was totally our fault. Few hours before the event we found that countdown timer was set to a wrong start time. Once found, we changed time to where it suppose to be.
      This is what had happened to you – we are so sorry!
      I think next time we’ll be using Photigy-based countdown timers, we never had issues with them.

    • Shanne, the times that are announced with upcoming events are PST, so usually that means + 9 hours from your time zone. When there is a summertime/wintertime change there is often a week or so where the difference is only 8 hours.

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