Dodge & Burn Monthly Photography Critique

Hernease Davis shows her knitting work and B&W lifesize photogram (on the wall) at a recent critique.

For over a year now I've been hosting a photography crits at my studio in Red Hook. There is no commitment to join, everyone who is interested in discussing photography from a critical point of view is welcome. 

Every month we view and critique the work (in progress) of 2-3 photographers at my studio in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn. Photographers sign up in advance via a shared Google Sheet doc.
Here's a bit about the group and our critique process...



Rocio De Alba gets her work critiqued.



Looking at the work of Erica Allen.

To diversify the type of criticism, we are looking for artists of other mediums, writers, curators and other art professionals to join. So if you're interested in joining, please sign up to receive email notifications about the next critique.

Hope to see you,

Dodge & Burn is a blog dedicated to documenting a more inclusive history of photography and supporting the work of photographers of color with photographer interviews.

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