Seventeen pieces of feedback
You sign up; we send you emails; you complete the assignments; we mark your homework. That's the short version.
The longer version is that on the first Friday after you register for the Photocritic Photography School, you'll be sent your first lesson. Once you've read through the lesson, you'll be set an assignment. In the lesson email, there's a link to a Flickr page where you post your homework when you've completed it. We then provide feedback on your assignment: what works, what doesn't, and what you need to think about next.
You'll be sent one lesson email every two weeks. There are seventeen lessons in total, and we reckon that by the end of the course you'll have an excellent grounding in both the technical, creative, and practical elements of photography.
As well as your seventeen lessons, you'll be sent a monthly special edition newsletter and two 'Critique of the Week' emails each month. The special editions delve deeper into photographic technique while the Critique of the Week is a detailed look at one of the photos submitted to the Photocritic Photography School Flickr pool. You never know, we might pick yours!