Lorenzo Vigil | Photography Review Workshop

Photography Review Workshop

Workshop outline:

The concept of this workshop is to assist the photographer to become more aware of the subject and its surroundings. 

How to Submit your images:  

  • After you register for the workshop, a dropbox folder will be shared to submit approximately 7-10 of your photographs you would like to be reviewed and critiqued.  
  • Images must be JPG with approximately 2000 pixels on the long side
  • File names must have your initials ( LKV_####.jpg ) You can do this in your camera settings.  We will talk about this during the workshop.

Students will be allowed make comments on each of the photographs.

  • Cost per person is $75
  • Doors open at 10:15am.
  • Class starts promptly at 10:30am.
  • The class is approximately 3 hours long.
  • Advance registration and payment is required.
  • Maximum number of students is 10, minimum to make a class is 6.
  • Parking is available on the street or.

This unique class is the answer to our most popular request over the years; a way to have your images reviewed in a group environment and to encourage discussion among photographers about their work.

We are flooded with images on social media. This session will help you build the skills and language to appreciate a wider range of images instead of just the brightest, cutest eye-candy image of the moment. The goal is to get just a little more serious about what makes a good photo without taking the fun out of the process!


  • To give photographers at all levels a chance to have their work critiqued in front of a small group in a creative and supportive environment.
  • You’ll benefit not only from having your own photos looked at, but from viewing and learning to appreciate other people’s images.
  • To learn or get more comfortable with thinking about images in the language of composition, color, structure, timing, energy, space, etc.
  • To develop an appreciation for both simpler and more complex images.
  • Often excellent photographs are discarded or overlooked because they didn’t match your expectation at the time. Learn to give the images time to grow on you (and others).
  • To have fun looking at pictures!


  • You’ll submit 10 images ahead of time; 7 of your best and 3 that almost/didn’t work out or went really wrong.
  • The instructor will ask each person to talk briefly about his or her photos and will offer constructive feedback.
  • The instructors will show their own 7+3 at the end and talk about what went right and what went wrong.

Join a small group of photographers for professional feedback on your images and a lively discussion about composition and what makes for a strong photograph.