Christopher Barr

United StatesPhoenix AZ, United States
20
years of
experience
Specialty: People
Chris specializes in people photography for advertising, editorial, entertainment, corporate, commercial and industrial. He is internationally syndicated by Shooting Star, Sipa Press & H.Armstrong Roberts. He has been on the teaching roster of UCLA & Otis Art Center as well as a lecturer at Art Center/Pasadena and Brooks Institute in Long Beach, Christopher Barr Photography is full service studio based in Phoenix, Arizona and includes of one the largest intern programs in Phoenix, Arizona.
Photo Critique
Rating
5.9
Photographer: TaLynn O'Conner
Camera:
Canon Power Shot A2000 IS
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
I want to like this shot, I really do. As a family snapshot, it is definitely a keeper. As a stand alone memorable photograph, less so. Unfortunately, in spite of ...
Photo Critique
Rating
3.7
Photographer: Angela
Camera:
Kodak EasyShare C180
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
Angela...Self portraits are such a personal medium. Did you successfully capture "you"? You and those that know you are the best judges of that. The overall techn...
Photo Critique
Rating
4.6
Photographer: Jacklynn Thompson
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XS
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
Not impressed with this. While the "old wester" theme is interesting, photographically you are not getting a very good bang for the buck. Framing is fat. This appe...
Photo Critique
Rating
5.9
Photographer: Kelyn Freudiger
Camera:
Nikon D3000
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
I like the shot. It doesn't reach the level of iconic but it is a fast read and compelling none the less. Your use of flares within the frame is also noteworthy. T...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.1
Photographer: Johan Scheepers
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
This is a predictable flash on camera photograph that is elevated by superior framing and a wonderful splash of color. Photographically the heavy lifting is carried ...
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: G. Mitchell
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
I believe this kind of photograph is the most difficult to critique. It is a very strong image that is a result of several counter-intuitive technical decisions that...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.4
Photographer: Malissa Lea
Camera:
Canon EOS 7D
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
As a personal shot for the family album or hearth, I think this shot is definitely a keeper. With a recrop and a little photo shop to get rid of the ball it is a str...
Photo Critique
Rating
6
Photographer: Kevin E. Hildebrand
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
Well, this is a clean, in focus, well exposed image of somebody singing during a concert of some kind. What you see is what you get. In terms of technical execution...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.6
Photographer: brittany berry
Camera:
Kodak EasyShare C180
Critiqued by: Christopher Barr
What I really liked about this image is the moment you captured. It is spontaneous and energetic, soft and sweet. I would guess that the spontaneity of the capture ...