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Friday suggests ! I have some actually intriguing projects sent out in from viewers. Check it out!

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Eric Tepner
Patrick Burke
Eugene Lagana
Edward Stein
Chuck Johnson (no URL provided).

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21 Comments

  1. Although, I tend to gather inspiration from mail-time, I’d suggest slightly less mail time and more educational videos. Or, a combination. BTW, you’re one of the humans that provided inspiration, information and knowledge when I began my photography journey. THANK YOU!

  2. I think critique is good, we all wanna learn! Learning about photography is the one thing that brought me to this channel in the first place! πŸ˜ƒ Maybe people should write in their letters “Critique is welcomed/not welcomed” πŸ‘

  3. Hi Ted! Hope you are doing well.

    I have a suggestion for these videos. The normal mail time videos are awesome and (at least for me) we feel the connection with so many people. I believe the “criticing” part you talk about, highlighting the good techniques used and the suggestions of the works you receive, would be helpful and can have an entire show by itself for educational purposes.

    It would be great if you did a seperate show where you select a few images or themes from the mails that you receive and analyse them so that we can all learn from the works sent to you. It can be difficult for you sometimes to manage time and thinking through so many images so you might do less of those episodes. Lesser in number but rich in knowledge.

    Learnt a lot from you Sir. Thank you for your work.

  4. I love the mail time. It’s nice to see the way other people present their Art.
    I think when someone sends you a book, he/she must hope-for you to give your opinion on it, so critiquing these books seems totally normal and somewhat expected I guess. πŸ˜‰

  5. Your critiques are great especially because they are not the same as club judges who just nitpick over composition. By the way Scarborough is pronounced Scarboreh (the English have a habit of deliberately spelling it differentlt to how it sounds).

  6. This would be a crazy amount of work on the back end, but it be great if you did something like mail time but over a Zoom call with the artist?

  7. I think any critique from you is exceptional for the artist and the viewers. Your experience and good sensibility bring welcomed advice and insights even if unsolicited.
    Just a thought, but how about a Friday email critique? We could send you an image or images via email for a little exposure and critique.

  8. MORE MAIL TIME. MORE MAIL TIME. I LOVE seeing other people’s work in print.

  9. I love the mail time! Alway so amazed by other creative people’s work out there! These books are so beautiful!

  10. A Japanese artist called Tatsuya Tanaka has been doing creative macro photos like that for years. He posts a photo like that every single day on his Instagram – and they’re all great.

    1. Sorta like the “Picture a Day ” project that was around a few years ago?

  11. Mail time is the best time and I always look forward to Friday’s mail time

  12. I enjoy Mail Time, but I’d love if you could use Mail Time to give us tips to make our photography and photo books etc. better

  13. Mail time is the best!! And a great way for your community to have a light shine on them.

  14. hey thanks for showing my book Ted, I have just received 3 book orders! and some new Facebook friends, it is excellent to receive inspiration from your channel and the other artists! I have a new photography project in the pipeline, very excited! patrick πŸ™‚

  15. I love mail time – it allows us to see what others are doing.

  16. I’m enjoying the hell out of these mail time episodes. I’ve even bought a few zines you’ve showcased. I think the critiques add to the videosm as long as they don’t go into a deep dive and just offer a few tips, which I feel you’re good at doing. I’ve learned several good tips from watching. Thanks, and keep ’em coming!

  17. I think this is a very good idea, we all learn from others work and constructive critique is invaluable in this process. I would personally like to see more videos of this kind, I find them an excellent opportunity to see, otherwise unknown at least to me, photographers and their work and learn as well along the way. Excellent work, thank you Ted

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